GREEN BAY—The Peshtigo volleyball team picked up a 3-0 sweep against Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran in Packerland Conference action on Tuesday.
Peshtigo (4-2 Packerland, 12-7 overall) won the opening set 25-14 but had to fend off a late charge by the Blazers (2-5 Packerland, 7-17 overall) to win the second game 26-24. The Bulldogs took game three 25-17 to complete the shutout.
Tori Jandt had a team-high 26 digs while Jaci Tonn paced the Bulldogs in assists with 13. Allison Peters tallied six acces and tied Sam Kodric for the team-lead in kills with five. Peters and Akira Smalls each recorded a block.
The Bulldogs hosted Kewaunee (2-3-1 Packerland, 4-5-1 overall) on Thursday, with results unavailable at press time. Peshtigo travels to the Oconto Falls Invitational on Saturday starting at 9 p.m.
Coleman 3, Lena 2
COLEMAN—It wasn’t easy, but the Coleman volleyball team picked up a 3-2 victory over Lena in Marinette and Oconto Conference play on Tuesday.
The Cougars won the first match 25-19 but dropped the next two games (25-15, 25-23). Coleman rebounded to dominate game four 25-14 before shutting the door on the Wildcats with a 15-8 triumph in the fifth set.
Aubree Kriescher had a team-high four aces and three kills, Kylee Tadisch led the Cougars with eight kills to go with two blocks and two aces, and Breanna Hanrahan recorded nine digs.
Lena did not report any stats.
Coleman was at Wausaukee on Thursday, with results unavailable at press time. Next up for the Cougars is a home matchup against Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The Wildcats hosted Oneida Nation on Thursday, with results unavailable at press time. Lena is back on the court Tuesday at Niagara with tip-off at 7 p.m.
Niagara 3, Suring 1
NIAGARA—The Lady Badgers of Niagara got the best of Suring 3-1 in M&O Conference competition on Tuesday.
Niagara won the first two sets 25-12 and 25-18 but slipped up in the second set, with the Eagles winning 25-20. The Lady Badgers regrouped and dispatched of Suring 25-15 in the fourth game.
“Tonight’s match was a big win for us. We started the night with my girls playing aggressive both defensively as well as offensively. As the match progressed, we had moments where my girls were indecisive which resulted in us going to set four,” Niagara coach Carol St. Arnauld said. “Suring has a strong, experienced team, and I’m proud of how my team recovered and finished the match.
Abby Wells led Niagara with 18 digs and four aces while Morgan Borchardt tallied 15 assists, nine kills and three blocks.
Kate Mahoney had 21 assists for the Eagles, and Christine Sleeter paced the team in kills (14) and blocks (three). Bailey Stuart had a pair of aces along with 10 digs and five kills.
Suring hosted Gillett on Thursday with results unavailable at press time. The Eagles travel to Marinette to take on STAA on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Niagara was at Crivitz on Thursday, with results unavailable at press time. The Lady Badgers are back in action at Lena on Tuesday at 7 p.m.