Lady E-Hawks Third In Own Tournament, Knights Finish Fourth
Emmetsburg’s Lady E-Hawks would earn a third place finish in their own volleyball tournament Saturday, as they would avenge an earlier loss to Graettinger/Terril to take third place honors behind Bishop Garrigan of Algona and Storm Lake.
Starting the morning with a match against Graettinger/Terril, the Lady E-Hawks lost 2-1 by game scores of 22-20, 15-21 and 8-15.
Paige Naig had four serves, made 14 of 15 hits with six kills and added one dig, while Whitney Kibbie added 11 serves with three aces, 12 of 15 hits with four kills, made 12 digs and had seven assists. Miranda Vlasman made 13 of 17 hits with three kills and a dig, while Jacque Carlson added seven of nine hits with three kills. Rachel Schroeder made two serves, four hits with a kill, two digs and two assists.
Emily Noll made three serves and dug out six shots, while Shelby Brindley made eight serves with an ace, one dig and seven assists. Britni Will added six serves with an ace and two digs. Tegan Olson added four hits with a kill and an assist and Jayme Penrod had eight serves and dug out 12 shots.
Against Storm Lake, Emmetsburg lost by game scores of 11-21 and 17-21.
Paige Naig had three serves with an ace, nine of 11 hits with five kills, two assisted blocks and two assists.
Miranda Vlasman made six of 10 hits with four kills, two assisted blocks and a solo stop with three digs.
Rachel Schroeder made eight serves with two aces, added two hits and two kills and made one dig, while Jacque Carlson added three hits with one kill.
Whitney Kibbie made 10 servers, two hits, had two digs and made nine assists. Shelby Brindley added one serve, while Britni Will added three serves and made two digs. Tegan Olson added four hits with one kill and a dig and Jayme Penrod added one serve and five digs to the effort.
Against Bishop Garrigan, game scores were 13-21 and 10-21.
Paige Naig would complete four serves, made seven of eight hits with two kills and added two digs, while Miranda Vlasman added six hits.
Rachel Schroeder came away with five serves and an ace, as well as two hits and six digs. Jacque Carlson added nine hits with a kill and Whitney Kibbie came away with four serves and an ace, as well as nine hits and three kills, three digs and three assists.
Shelby Brindley connected on four serves with an ace, made one dig and had two assists, while Britni Will made five serves and one dig.
Jayme Penrod connected on two serves and had eight digs and Tegan Olson added two hits and one assists.
With an 0-3 pool play record, the Lady E-Hawks met Graettinger/Terril in the consolation game and went three games, losing the first by an 18-21 tally before wining the match with scores of 21-14 and 16-14.
Paige Naig would complete 14 serves with four aces and added 22 hits with six kills while digging out four shots. Whitney Kibbie added seven serves and eight hits with four kills, as well as five digs and nine assists, while Miranda Vlasman made seven hits with three kills and one dig.
Rachel Schroeder added seven serves with one ace, three hits with one kill and dug out four shots, while Jacque Carlson added seven hits with three kills.
Shelby Brindley had 11 serves with four aces, one dig and seven assists, while Britni Will made five serves with one ace and dug out two shots.
Jayme Penrod had eight serves with three aces and dug out seven shots while Tegan Olson added four hits with two kills and made three digs on the day.
Emmetsburg will open Lakes Conference play tonight (Tuesday) when they travel to Cherokee to take on the Lady Braves. Play begins at 5 p.m.