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’Cats fall to Broncs

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, November 1st, 2012

In the last regular game of the season, the Custer High School volleyball team traveled to Belle Fourche where the Broncs defeated them in three sets: 22-25, 27-29 and 18-25.
“Our girls played really well,” coach Renae Schneider said. “Even though we never want to take a loss, this is the momentum and team ball that we need to be playing headed into district play.”
Ally Spring led the night in serving with 18 of 19 with four aces. She was also six of seven hitting with three kills and had three digs. Lisa Lovoll was 10 of 10 serving with two aces, 23 of 28 hitting with 12 kills, 23 of 23 receiving and had 12 digs. Tia Goebel was also 10 of 10 serving with one ace, six of six hitting with three kills, 58 of 62 setting with 26 assists and had two digs.
Moe Mack was 11 of 12 serving, four of six hitting with three kills, seven of seven receiving and had 11 digs. Catlyn Cordell was six of seven serving with once ace, six of eight hitting with three kills, two of four receiving and had three digs and two block assists.
Kayla Halbmaier was eight of nine serving, eight of eight receiving and had eight digs. Sierra Davies was 16 of 19 hitting with nine kills, three of three receiving and had three digs, solo blocks and block assists. Olivia Dahlstrom was nine of 10 receiving, one of one setting with one assist and had three digs. Jade Spring was one of one receiving and had five digs while Lacey Harkin was one of one serving with one dig and Mesa Goebel had one dig.

In the last regular game of the season, the Custer High School volleyball team traveled to Belle Fourche where the Broncs defeated them in three sets: 22-25, 27-29 and 18-25.

“Our girls played really well,” coach Renae Schneider said. “Even though we never want to take a loss, this is the momentum and team ball that we need to be playing headed into district play.”

Ally Spring led the night in serving with 18 of 19 with four aces. She was also six of seven hitting with three kills and had three digs. Lisa Lovoll was 10 of 10 serving with two aces, 23 of 28 hitting with 12 kills, 23 of 23 receiving and had 12 digs. Tia Goebel was also 10 of 10 serving with one ace, six of six hitting with three kills, 58 of 62 setting with 26 assists and had two digs.

Moe Mack was 11 of 12 serving, four of six hitting with three kills, seven of seven receiving and had 11 digs. Catlyn Cordell was six of seven serving with once ace, six of eight hitting with three kills, two of four receiving and had three digs and two block assists.

Kayla Halbmaier was eight of nine serving, eight of eight receiving and had eight digs. Sierra Davies was 16 of 19 hitting with nine kills, three of three receiving and had three digs, solo blocks and block assists. Olivia Dahlstrom was nine of 10 receiving, one of one setting with one assist and had three digs. Jade Spring was one of one receiving and had five digs while Lacey Harkin was one of one serving with one dig and Mesa Goebel had one dig.

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