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Bulldogs Take Win In Tri-City Triangular

Issue Date: September 8, 2021

The Peshtigo Bulldogs were able to defeat Marinette Marines and the Menominee Maroons to take the win in tri-cities volleyball triangular action in Menominee Tuesday evening.

"The first game we gave them their first 5 points before we got one and we hit too many out of bounds and missed too many serves," said Peshtigo head coach Robin Gilligan. "We just had to pull it together. It wasn't like we were way off with our hitting either. Our passing was spot on tonight. Our setters are really getting the ball to our hitters well. Allison was just a hammer out there tonight at the net. I will give Marinette credit and this is the toughest Marine team I have ever seen."

Match one saw the Peshtigo Bulldogs bag a 25-15 first set win over the Marinette Marines while adding a second win in the next set 25-20. Team leaders for Peshtigo on the night were: Tori Jandt with 9 aces, and 27 digs; Jaci Tonn with 5 aces, 6 kills, 16 assists, and 6 digs; Allison Peters had an ace, 10 kills, and 22 digs; while Samantha Kodric added an ace, 8 kills, 1 block, and 3 digs.

"These girls just work really hard," said Marinette head coach Tayah Hampton. "Even in the locker room before each game we always talk about what we can do to get things going out there. They hold themselves to high standards. Even if we don't win the match we track away little victories in the way we play. We had three girls today that got thrown into different positions just to see how they worked there and they did very well. It's really cool to see them succeed when they are challenged to make changes."

Against Menominee, the Bulldogs pulled out to a 25-13 win in set one while wrapping up the match in set two 25-14.

"The third game today was not how I expected it to go," said Menominee head coach Sarah Betzinger. "The balls were just not falling our way. The front row played very well tonight. They have come a very long way so far this season. They are playing smarter and are cleaning up their miscues. The serving in the last game cost us at least ten points which makes a giant difference. There are things we need to work on but those things are all things we can fix."

Match three was Marinette against Menominee with the home court Maroons taking the win 25-23 in set one. Marinette answered back in set two with a close 25-22 final score. The Marines however wrapped things up in the third set with a 25-19 final readout.



Wausaukee Beats Gillett

The Wausaukee Rangers won a volleyball dual against the Gillett Tigers 17-25, 25-16, 25-15, and 25-20.

"We knew from the beginning we were going to pass a lot and play good defense," said  Wausaukee head coach Mandy Allman. "It's our hitting that we want to make sure we are stepping up in the conference since this year there are so many good ones. I'm definitely happy to start 4-0."

Wausaukee was led by Rachel Schlies with 11 kills and two aces. Natalie Grutza posted six kills and three aces while Tori Philips got three kills.

"Last year we started 0-6," said Mandy Allman. "We have seen a complete turnaround here. Defeating Niagara was a fantastic moment. It helped build some confidence and the girls were so excited. The first set tonight we were flat and we needed to fight back and they did that. I told the girls after the first game that this wasn't the level we can play up to and the girls answered that and came back very strong."

"They had the drive to win," said Gillett head coach Jill Halla. "I was definitely happy with the intensity they played with. We are getting better and better every game. We had a couple of servers in a row that had some issues but the rest of the team played hard and made up for those miscues." 



Marinette Takes Three Set Loss Against Denmark

The Marinette Marines played the Denmark Vikings last Thursday, dropping the match in three sets 14-25, 26-28, and 17-25.

"Although Varsity lost by the books tonight, in my book it was a win," said Marinette Head Coach Tayah Hampton. "Yes scores matter, and yes it's nice to win by the book, but the intensity and integrity the girls played with tonight made me have Goosebumps. I preach to girls almost every day that they have the talent and that they will be competitive with our conference this year. Hearing that over and over from me is one thing but the fact that refs, other parents, and school staff are complimenting the team as well shows and means a lot."

The Marinette JVs split the night with JV1 tossing in two and JV2 winning in three. JV1 fell 20-25 and 12-25 while JV2 won 25-18 15-25 and 25-22.



Menominee Suffers Loss to Marquette

The Menominee Maroon volleyball team suffered a three-set loss to the visiting Marquette Redettes who took set one 25-15, set two 25-14 while wrapping upset three 25-21.

Menominee's Magrane finished the night with nine kills, nine digs, and an ace while Beek chipped in three aces, two kills, eight assists, and four digs while Monroe got a block, four kills, and four digs.



Peshtigo Bags Four Set Win Over Algoma

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls behind the leadership of veteran coach Robin Gilligan bagged a four-set victory over the visiting Algoma Wolves last week.

Peshtigo started strong with a 25-19 win but fell in set two 20-25. After that, the Bulldogs took a stand and held off the Wolves with a 25-17 third set and a game-winning 25-12 finisher.

Samantha Kodric led with 10 kills, two blocks, 11 digs, and seven aces. Allison Peters posted six kills, two blocks, one assist, and 29 digs. Emma Gilligan posted one ace, one kill, 18 assists, and 14 digs. Tori Jandt did her part with five aces, one assist, and 40 digs.


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