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’Cats’ season ends with loss to Belle Fourche

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, November 14th, 2013

The volleyball team celebrates its win against Hot Springs in the first round of the Region 8A tournament. The Wildcats came from behind to win the fourth set, giving them the win. The Wildcats defeated the Bison 25-15, 13-25, 25- 13 and 25-21. They went on to play Belle Fourche on Thursday, Nov. 7, but lost to the Broncs in three sets, 25-7, 25-11 and 25-15. From left is Destinee Fish, Hallie Uhrich, Catlyn Cordell, Novenna Fierro and Olivia Dahlstrom.

 

By Carrie Moore
The volleyball season came to an end Thursday night after the Belle Fourche Broncs defeated the Custer Wildcats in the semifinal game of the Region 8A tournament. The Broncs defeated the Wildcats in three sets, 25-7, 25-11 and 25-15.
“Belle played an outstanding game and we did not,” coach Renae Schneider said. “I think when they connected on their first kill, we had the ‘deer in the headlights’ look.”
The Lady Wildcats end their season at 13-16.
Sierra Davies was five of six serving, seven of 10 hitting with one kill, 11 of 12 receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Jalee Johnson was three of three serving, 40 of 40 setting with six assists and 14 of 16 receiving. Jade Spring had one ace and was 23 of 28 hitting with two kills while Olivia Dahlstrom was seven of 10 receiving and Sidney Snyder was 30 of 46 receiving. 
Josey Johnson was three of three serving, two of three hitting with one kill and 32 of 39 receiving. Nykyla Malinosky was three of three serving, four of four hitting with two kills, five of six receiving and had three solo blocks and two block assists. Catlyn Cordell was four of four serving, 12 of 14 hitting with one kill and had one block assist. 
Destinee Fish was three of three receiving and had two block assists while Hallie Uhrich was three of three receiving and Billie Wicks was two of three receiving. Novenna Fierro was two of two serving and Peyton Uhlir was two of two hitting and had one block assist. 
In the opening game of the Region 8A tournament, the Wildcats defeated the Hot Springs Bison in four sets, 25-15, 13-25, 25-13 and 25-21.
Davies was nine of 10 serving, 16 of 25 hitting with two kills, six of six setting, 11 of 16 receiving and had four solo blocks and two block assists. Jalee Johnson was 18 of 19 serving with four aces, 68 of 70 setting with 21 assists and 25 of 30 receiving while Snyder was 34 of 40 receiving.
Malinosky was 11 of 11 serving, 20 of 25 hitting with six kills, two of two receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Cordell was 12 of 13 serving with four aces, 18 of 21 hitting with five kills, six of nine receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Josey Johnson was seven of seven serving, four of four hitting, two of two setting and 32 of 37 receiving.
Fish was three of three hitting with two kills and one of one receiving while Uhrich was one of two receiving and Uhlir was four of four receiving. Spring was 22 of 25 hitting with eight kills, four of four setting, 35 of 39 receiving and had three digs and one block assist. Fierro was nine of 10 serving with two aces, one of two receiving and had one dig and Dahlstrom was 12 of 18 receiving. 
“We will miss our five seniors (Spring, Fierro, Uhrich, Davies and Malinosky), however, the future looks very promising,” Schneider said. “We have a big freshman class this year. If they work out and work on their jumping skills, they will have a bright career.” 

The volleyball season came to an end Thursday night after the Belle Fourche Broncs defeated the Custer Wildcats in the semifinal game of the Region 8A tournament. The Broncs defeated the Wildcats in three sets, 25-7, 25-11 and 25-15.

“Belle played an outstanding game and we did not,” coach Renae Schneider said. “I think when they connected on their first kill, we had the ‘deer in the headlights’ look.”

The Lady Wildcats end their season at 13-16.

Sierra Davies was five of six serving, seven of 10 hitting with one kill, 11 of 12 receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Jalee Johnson was three of three serving, 40 of 40 setting with six assists and 14 of 16 receiving. Jade Spring had one ace and was 23 of 28 hitting with two kills while Olivia Dahlstrom was seven of 10 receiving and Sidney Snyder was 30 of 46 receiving. 

Josey Johnson was three of three serving, two of three hitting with one kill and 32 of 39 receiving. Nykyla Malinosky was three of three serving, four of four hitting with two kills, five of six receiving and had three solo blocks and two block assists. Catlyn Cordell was four of four serving, 12 of 14 hitting with one kill and had one block assist. 

Destinee Fish was three of three receiving and had two block assists while Hallie Uhrich was three of three receiving and Billie Wicks was two of three receiving. Novenna Fierro was two of two serving and Peyton Uhlir was two of two hitting and had one block assist. 

In the opening game of the Region 8A tournament, the Wildcats defeated the Hot Springs Bison in four sets, 25-15, 13-25, 25-13 and 25-21.

Davies was nine of 10 serving, 16 of 25 hitting with two kills, six of six setting, 11 of 16 receiving and had four solo blocks and two block assists. Jalee Johnson was 18 of 19 serving with four aces, 68 of 70 setting with 21 assists and 25 of 30 receiving while Snyder was 34 of 40 receiving.

Malinosky was 11 of 11 serving, 20 of 25 hitting with six kills, two of two receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Cordell was 12 of 13 serving with four aces, 18 of 21 hitting with five kills, six of nine receiving and had one solo block and one block assist. Josey Johnson was seven of seven serving, four of four hitting, two of two setting and 32 of 37 receiving.

Fish was three of three hitting with two kills and one of one receiving while Uhrich was one of two receiving and Uhlir was four of four receiving. Spring was 22 of 25 hitting with eight kills, four of four setting, 35 of 39 receiving and had three digs and one block assist. Fierro was nine of 10 serving with two aces, one of two receiving and had one dig and Dahlstrom was 12 of 18 receiving. 

“We will miss our five seniors (Spring, Fierro, Uhrich, Davies and Malinosky), however, the future looks very promising,” Schneider said. “We have a big freshman class this year. If they work out and work on their jumping skills, they will have a bright career.” 

 



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