Schneider: ’Cats need to focus
Published: Thursday, September 19th, 2013
It was a difficult week for the Custer volleyball team.
The week began Tuesday, Sept. 10, in a home game against Sturgis, an “AA” team. The Scoopers defeated the Wildcats in three sets, 25-14, 25-12 and 25-8.
“I think the kids got caught up so their focus wasn’t where it needed to be,” said coach Renae Schneider. “I just don’t think our kids were in the mental state that they needed to be in to play against a team such as Sturgis.”
Catlyn Cordell was six of seven serving and two of four hitting with one block assist while Josey Johnson and Jade Spring were both six of six serving, each with once ace. Johnson was 13 of 15 receiving while Spring was 16 of 18 receiving and five of six hitting.
Nykyla Malinosky was three of four serving, 10 of 12 hitting with two kills and had two block assists. Destinee Fish had one solo block while Sidney Snyder was 21 of 28 receiving with five digs. Sierra Davies was five of five serving, nine of 11 hitting with two kills and had three solo blocks. Olivia Dahlstrom was six of 10 receiving and Jalee Johnson was five of five serving with once ace, 35 of 35 setting with three assists and 13 of 20 receiving with one block assist.
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