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Volleyball team defeats Hill City

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Sierra Davies tips the ball over the net during a match against Hill City. The Wildcats defeated the Rangers in three sets, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-7. Davies was 13 of 14 serving with four aces, 15 of 20 hitting with eight kills and had three digs and five solo blocks.

 

For the second time this season, the Custer Wildcat volleyball team took on Hill City in a home game, where the ’Cats defeated the Rangers 25-21, 25-18 and 25-7.
“I was happy with our hitters,” coach Renae Schneider said. “We did not have one girl who struggled with her hitting. Now we need to build off of that.”
The first match between the two teams went back and forth, with Hill City raking up points against Custer. The Wildcats responded and soon took the lead, leaving the Rangers to fight back and take lead once again. In the end, Custer outscored the Rangers by four points.
“We need to play to our level every time instead of playing to the level of the opponent,” Schneider said. “That will get us into trouble at some point.”
Sierra Davies was 13 of 14 serving with four aces, 15 of 20 hitting with eight kills and had three digs and five solo blocks. Catlyn Cordell was 10 of 13 serving with four aces, nine of 10 hitting with five kills and had two assists and four digs. Josey Johnson was nine of nine serving, four of five hitting with two kills and nine of 10 receiving with four digs.

For the second time this season, the Custer Wildcat volleyball team took on Hill City in a home game, where the ’Cats defeated the Rangers 25-21, 25-18 and 25-7.

“I was happy with our hitters,” coach Renae Schneider said. “We did not have one girl who struggled with her hitting. Now we need to build off of that.”

The first match between the two teams went back and forth, with Hill City raking up points against Custer. The Wildcats responded and soon took the lead, leaving the Rangers to fight back and take lead once again. In the end, Custer outscored the Rangers by four points.

“We need to play to our level every time instead of playing to the level of the opponent,” Schneider said. “That will get us into trouble at some point.”

Sierra Davies was 13 of 14 serving with four aces, 15 of 20 hitting with eight kills and had three digs and five solo blocks. Catlyn Cordell was 10 of 13 serving with four aces, nine of 10 hitting with five kills and had two assists and four digs. Josey Johnson was nine of nine serving, four of five hitting with two kills and nine of 10 receiving with four digs.

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