PHS 2-2 in EWC tourney, fourth overall


HAYLEY MUELLER of Plymouth attempts to spike over Waupun’s Taylor White (19) and Maiah Domask in Saturday’s EWC volleyball mini-tournament. – Photo by Roger Albert HAYLEY MUELLER of Plymouth attempts to spike over Waupun’s Taylor White (19) and Maiah Domask in Saturday’s EWC volleyball mini-tournament. – Photo by Roger Albert WAUPUN – The Plymouth Panthers posted a 2-2 dual record in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls volleyball mini-tournament here Saturday and finished fourth in the overall EWC race.

Waupun, 4-0 in the tourney, successfully defended its EWC cham- pionship with a 14-0 record. Sheboygan Falls and New Holstein tied for second with 10-4 marks, followed by PHS at 7-7. Falls was 2-2 and New Holstein, 3-1, in the tourney.

The Panthers defeated Two Rivers, 25-18, 25-8, 25-10. Plymouth’s statistical leaders included: kills – Sophie Albert, seven; ace serves – Mary Albert, eight; solo blocks – Megan Goeser, two; digs – Kathryn Aukerman, three; and assists – Mary Albert, 17.

PHS swept Kiel, 25-22, 25-17, 25-13. The Panthers’ statistical leaders included: kills – Sophie Albert, nine and Hayley Mueller, eight; ace serves – Mary Albert, three; solo blocks – Goeser, three; digs – Cara Bardon, two; and assists – Mary Albert, 28.

The Panthers lost to Falls, 12- 25, 25-20, 19-25, 16-25. Plymouth’s statistical leaders included: kills – Sophie Albert, 12; ace serves – Sophie Albert, two; solo blocks – Emma Grapentine, four; digs – Bardon, seven; and assists – Mary Albert, 21.

PHS fell to Waupun, 14-25, 8-25, 19-25. The Panthers’ statistical leaders included: kills – Mary Albert and Aukerman, three each; solo blocks – Goeser, four; digs – Bardon, Elizabeth Baus and Sophie Albert, four each; and assists – Mary Albert, 12.

“I was happy with both our wins. We were able to beat both of these teams in three sets which is what we should do,” said PHS head coach Peggy Huhn.

“We played much better against Kiel on Saturday versus the previous Tuesday when they took us to four sets [PHS won the match].

“It was nice to see the girls continue to keep focus and continue to play well, especially in the Kiel match after dropping to both Waupun and Falls,” said Huhn.


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