Panthers sweep, go to 2-0 in ECC

BERLIN – Plymouth upped its East Central Conference girls volleyball dual record to 2-0 with a sweep over Berlin here Sept. 7, 25-13, 25-22, 25-22.

Junior Cece Huhn had a strong all-around match for the winning Panthers. Huhn had a team-high 16 kills, six ace serves and four solo blocks. Courtney Casper shared the team lead in blocks.

Jessica Leider contributed nine kills for the Panthers. PHS had an impressive 36 kills.

The other statistical leaders for PHS included: digs – Hana Goeser, 2; assists – Maggie Staehling, 19 and Jana Ahlstrand, 12; serving – Jayda Martell, 17 of 17 and Huhn, 14 of 14; and serve reception – Martell, 13 of 14 and Goeser, 11 of 12.

“This was a nice match for us. The first game we really played well. We passed well off of the serve and off of defense. This allows us to really run the offense we want to,” said Panther head coach Peggy Huhn

“When we pass well, we have all of our offense. Cece started us off really well. They had a hard time handling her attack, especially off of her swing attack. That, in turn, opened a lot up for our outside hitters.

“Jess Leider and Hana Goeser came through with some really great decision-making on the outside. Jayda Martell passed incredibly well,” said coach Huhn.

“Elsa Blad and Charlotte Suttner as well passed well. They got to their areas, defensively, and got the ball up. Jana and Maggie are really working hard and coming along in our setting spot.”

Caley Huggins led the Indians in kills with eight. Alivia Murkley had a team-high 14 digs. Sarah Fleegal and Josie Reich led in assists with 13 apiece.

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