PREP VOLLEYBALL: Chimacum tops Vashon Island; Sequim falls to Bellingham
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The Cowboys lost the first set to the Pirates, but then stormed back to take the next three, winning the match 20-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-20.
It is Chimacum’s second league win, and it now has a 2-3 record.
“We played well as a team are continuing to develop our strengths to make us stronger,” Cowboys coach Sally Dankert said of Monday’s match.
Megan Dukek served strong for Chimacum with five aces. She also had 24 assists, three kills and six digs.
Olivia Baird hit hard and finished with nine kills. She lead the defense with 12 digs and also had a pair of aces.
Kiersten Snyder finished with seven kills, seven digs and four aces. Lauren Thacker had 10 kills and one block, Audrey Thacker had two kills and two blocks, and Sophia Thurston scored one kill in her first varsity match.
Chimacum hosts Cascade Christian today.
Bellingham 3, Sequim 2
BELLINGHAM — The Wolves lost a five-set battle to the Red Raiders 25-20, 17-25, 25-21, 22-25, 15-11.
“It went down to the wire in the fifth [set], they ended up pulling ahead at the end with a tough server to win the match,” Sequim coach Jennie Heilman Webber said of Saturday’s match.
“Bellingham was a tough serving team. They scored 17 aces on us.
“Our offense was spread out well, but Bellingham was just a little better.
“They did not send over many free balls.”
Hannah Hudson led the Wolves’ defense with 36 digs, and was helped by good defense from Alexas Besand, Emily Wallner and Alyse Armstrong.
Wallner had three stuff blocks.
Emma LeBlanc served a perfect 18 for 18 with one ace, and Armstrong was 22-23 with an ace.
Armstrong led the offense with 11 kills, while Besand contributed 10.
Wallner and LeBlanc had five kills each on the offensive end for Sequim.
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