Wisconsin girls volleyball round up

Florence prevails

in straight sets

PHELPS, Wis. — The Florence Ladycats traveled to Phelps on Tuesday and stifled the Knights 3-0 (25-9, 25-3, 25-11) in Northern Lakes Conference volleyball action.

“Serving was fantastic with Lacey Enders serving 21 points, nine being aces,” said Florence coach Teresa Chrisman.

Isabella Millan and Morgan Tomczak also had 100% serving, as did Enders.

“I preached to the girls to work on eliminating our own errors and transition on and off the net. We did that tonight,” Chrisman said.

Morgan Tomczak led the way with six kills, Sidney Tomczak followed with four. Maddie Johnson had eight assists.

Florence JV played the final two sets against Phelps, which was competitive and fun for the girls to get to play. The Ladycats game against Crandon was postponed on Monday, with a makeup date to be determined. Florence hosts Elcho on Thursday.


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PEMBINE, Wis. — In a Northern Lakes Conference girls volleyball match Tuesday night at Pembine High School, the Goodman-Pembine Lady Patriots defeated Elcho in straight sets 3-0 (25-8, 25-23, 25-23).

“Everyone played hard and we spread around the offense. It felt good to get ourselves set up and our defense worked hard in the back row,” said first year G-P varsity coach Nicole Millan.

Millan noted that Katelyn Nelson was strong at the net, finishing the night with 15 kills, a block and two ace serves. Sierra Dettman had five kills; Grace Massey four kills; Kalli Erickson had three kills, three ace serves, and 15 assists. Kassy Mazur had two kills and 10 assists, with two aces.

The Patriots travel to NLC foe Phelps on Thursday, before traveling to White Lake on Monday.

Niagara over

Suring, 3-1

SURING, Wis. — Niagara’s girls volleyball team traveled to Suring Tuesday night for Marinette-Oconto conference action. The Lady Badgers defeated Suring 3-1 (25-22, 25-22, 22-25, 25-18).

“Suring was scrappy tonight and came to play. We played a little tired but were able to push through to get the win,’ said veteran Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld.

“We had some young players step up and take control. Isabel Jacobs really embraced her role as libero and delivered some great saves. Morgan Borchardt did a nice job controlling the offense,” St. Arnauld added.

Alyssa Cretton led the team in kills with 13, while Borchardt had 22 assists. Abby Wells led with 16 digs, Isabel Jacobs had 12 digs, and Cretton added 11. Bailey Pearson had 10 kills and 10 digs of her own.

Niagara (3-0), remains on the road as they travel to Crivitz on Thursday. The match will be a non-conference affair, with the Wolverines having visited Niagara on Sept. 17 for an M&O matchup.


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