Volleyball steamrolls opponents
Last updated 10/3/2023 at 10:58am
The Lady Outlaws once again proved they are a team to be reckoned with as they crushed La Pine and Elmira last week; a 25-14, 25-15, 25-5 sweep on Tuesday at home against the Hawks, and two days later a 25-11, 25-12, 25-11 sweep against the visiting Falcons.
On Tuesday against La Pine, the Outlaws quickly showed their strength along the front line from the onset of the match. Intimidating blocks and high-octane hitting had Sisters quickly out in front every set, and they cruised to a convincing three- set win. Everyone got a chance to play, and the match was over in 50 minutes.
Gracie Vohs led the squad with 15 kills, Kathryn Scholl recorded seven, and Gracelyn Myhre and Bailey Robertson added six kills each. Mia Monaghan tallied 10 digs and Holly Davis posted 34 assists.
Thursday's match against Elmira was very similar, as the Outlaws again jumped to an early lead in the first set and then never looked back and sailed to an easy three-set win.
Sisters' serving performance was top-notch. Jordyn Monaghan had a 12-point serving run in the second set. She went back to the service line at seven and served the Outlaws to 19. Myhre started set three with a seven-point serving run and the Outlaws finished with 12 aces on the night as a team.
Vohs and Myhre led the team in kills, with 12 and 11 respectively. Scholl finished with eight kills and Robertson added seven. Davis and Jordyn Monaghan recorded seven digs each and Davis finished with 32 assists.
Sisters remains undefeated in league play.
The Outlaws will play on the road at Harrisburg on Thursday, October 5.