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Wildcats lose two in triangular

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Back row specalist Moe Mack digs the ball from a Hot Springs opponent. Mack had seven digs against the Bison as well as one solo block and one block assist.

 

The Custer High School volleyball team hosted Hot Springs and Belle Fourche in a triangular match up on Friday, Sept. 21, where they lost to both teams after four sets.
“I thought we came out with good intensity and then we let up,” said coach Renae Schneider. “We need to figure out a way to start out strong and finish even stronger.”
Custer’s first game was against the Hot Springs Bison, where they won the first set, 25-12, but lost the following three, 20-25, 24-26 and 23-25.
The Wildcats intensely started each set and racked up a number of points before the Bison would catch up and soon over-power them.
“I was not pleased with our movement and communication, especially in the Hot Springs game,” Schneider said. 
Olivia Dahlstrom was 19 of 22 serving with five aces, nine of 13 hitting with two kills, 11 of 18 receiving with 11 digs and four of four setting. Lisa Lovoll was nine of 11 serving with five aces, 40 of 48 hitting with 25 kills, 15 of 15 receiving with 12 digs and had two solo blocks. Kayla Halbmaier was 20 of 22 serving with three aces and 16 of 18 receiving with 10 digs.

The Custer High School volleyball team hosted Hot Springs and Belle Fourche in a triangular match up on Friday, Sept. 21, where they lost to both teams after four sets.

“I thought we came out with good intensity and then we let up,” said coach Renae Schneider. “We need to figure out a way to start out strong and finish even stronger.”

Custer’s first game was against the Hot Springs Bison, where they won the first set, 25-12, but lost the following three, 20-25, 24-26 and 23-25.

The Wildcats intensely started each set and racked up a number of points before the Bison would catch up and soon over-power them.

“I was not pleased with our movement and communication, especially in the Hot Springs game,” Schneider said. 

Olivia Dahlstrom was 19 of 22 serving with five aces, nine of 13 hitting with two kills, 11 of 18 receiving with 11 digs and four of four setting. Lisa Lovoll was nine of 11 serving with five aces, 40 of 48 hitting with 25 kills, 15 of 15 receiving with 12 digs and had two solo blocks. Kayla Halbmaier was 20 of 22 serving with three aces and 16 of 18 receiving with 10 digs.

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