Falls takes third at New Berlin Invite

by Steve Ottman Falls News Correspondent


KIM SCHWOBE of Sheboygan Falls sets the ball to a teammate, during an Eastern Wisconsin Conference volleyball match against Two Rivers in Sheboygan Falls Thursday, Sept. 3. 
Falls NewsphotobySteveOttman KIM SCHWOBE of Sheboygan Falls sets the ball to a teammate, during an Eastern Wisconsin Conference volleyball match against Two Rivers in Sheboygan Falls Thursday, Sept. 3. Falls NewsphotobySteveOttman NEW BERLIN - The Sheboygan Falls High School volleyball team finished in third place in its pool at the New Berlin Invitational Saturday, Sept. 5.

Falls went 1-3 overall with losses to Cedarburg 2-0, Greendale 2-0 and West Allis Nathan Hale 2-0. The Falcons defeated Oak Creek 2-0.

Cedarburg won 25-21 and 27- 25 over Falls. Kim Schwobe had two aces and six kills, Erika Van Engen made five kills and Brianna Berg had eight digs to guide the Falcons.

Greendale won 25-13 and 25- 15 over Falls. Van Engen finished with five kills and one block for Falls, while Schwobe and Morgan DePagter had four assists each and Martha Mathieu made five digs.

West Allis Nathan Hale won 25-17 and 25-21 over Falls. Autumn Horn led the Falcons with five kills. Van Engen had five kills and eight digs. Schwobe made seven assists and DePagter had eight assists, while Mathieu finished with nine digs.

The Falcons defeated Oak Creek 25-15 and 25-17. Berg made three aces. Van Engen had three kills. DePagter added four assists and Mathieu collected 14 digs.

“Although the outcome of the scores may not have been what we hoped for, we faced some good opponent’s throughout the day and most of the matches could have gone either way,” said Falcons’ head coach Nicole Widder. “We need to work on finishing strong.”

Falls shutout Eastern Wisconsin Conference foe Two Rivers 3-0 by the scores of 25-11, 25-16, 25-11 Thursday, Sept. 3.

With the victory, the Falcons improved to 4-1 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and 5-4 overall.

Berg led the Falls team with three service aces. Horn, Schwobe and Mathieu had two aces each.

Van Engen collected eight kills, while Schwobe and Horn had five each. Horn and Schwobe made two blocks each.

“The girls came out strong and never looked back,” stated Widder.” It was a good way to start off our home opener. I’m looking forward to carrying this momentum into the upcoming week.”


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