By Rongi Yost
Correspondent 

Outlaws corral Cowgirls in volleyball

 

Last updated 9/8/2021 at Noon

Jerry Baldock

Mia Monaghan dives for a dig in an Outlaws sweep vs Crook Count

The Lady Outlaws volleyball squad walked off their home court Saturday, September 4, with a sweep over the Crook County (CC) Cowgirls, and notched their first win of the season.

Sisters had the jitters in the first set and it took them a bit to settle in and play in front of the home crowd. The Outlaws led 23-20 in the first set, but struggled offensively, which allowed the Cowgirls to tie the game 24-24. Sisters was able to finish and beat CC by two, 26-24.

The Outlaws had the momentum as they headed into the second set and tallied another win with a score of 25-17. With each set, they became more comfortable and confident, and held the momentum to the end, topped by a 25-17 win in the third set.

Official stats were not kept, but senior Greta Davis definitely led the offense with her powerful and explosive attacks. Hannah Fendall did an outstanding job offensively from the setting position.


Sisters was scheduled to match up against Ridgeview at home on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

 

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