Prep volleyball wrap: 10/5October 4, 2018
From Herald Staff Reports
Area volleyball teams are wrapping up their regular seasons as they prepare for postseason action to begin. Here’s a recap of Thursday night’s prep volleyball action.
Wildcats 3, Pioneers 2: In a back-and-forth battle, the Jasper girls volleyball team clinched their 21st overall Big Eight conference title by defeating Boonville 25-18, 20-25, 25-23, 22-25, 15-10.
Stat leaders for the Cats were Natalie Wigand (54 assists, 30 digs), Rylee Hedinger (20 digs), Regan Egbert (19 digs, 16 kills), Riley Merder (13 kills), Meredith Hilgefort (10 kills) and Allison Mair (10 kills).
Jeeps 3, Raiders 0: In a battle between Dubois County rivals, the Northeast Dubois volleyball team defeated Southridge in straight sets 25-9, 25-21, 25-19.
Stat leaders for the Jeeps were AJ Kirchoff (12 kills), Kendyl Heeke (18 assists, 10 digs), Chloe Terwiske (16 assists), Brooklyn Dodd (24 digs) and Taylor Dodd (14 digs, six aces).
Leading the way for the Raiders was Anna Altstadt (six kills, four blocks), Tatiana Delgado (21 digs), Amanda Brewer (18 digs) and Savannah Goeppner (seven assists).
Titans 3, Rangers 0: The Forest Park girls volleyball team dropped their final regular season match against a tough PAC foe in Gibson Southern, 23-25, 14-25, 12-25.
No individual statistics were reported from the match.
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