The Ss. Peter & Paul girls volleyball team had the perfect bounce back game Thursday night on the road against the Marshall Owls.
After dropping their first match of the season earlier in the week against Jeff Junior, the Lady Warriors came back Thursday night to beat Marshall in two straight sets 25-15 and 25-12.
While the win improved Ss. Peter & Paul’s record to 12-1 on the season, head coach Dina Herzog said Emma West served very well in the match. “She led us in both Game 1 and 2,” Herzog said. “Addi’s strong hits on offense were unstoppable. It was also good to have Abby back running the offense while Olivia was great in the back row digging and running the baseline. Hailey and Alyssa also mixed up their shots in the front row while Lillian, too, played great defense picking up free balls.”
Emma West led the Lady Warriors with 21 service points with eight aces along with one kill.
Olivia Eichelberger finished the match with 13 service points with one ace and one dig while Addi Brownfield added 11 kills and one service point, Abby Fuemmeler with 11 assists and one service point, Lillian Rohrbach with two service points with two aces and two assists, Alyssa Fitzgerald with one kill and Zoey Lang with one dig.
In the B-team match, Marshall defeated Ss. Peter & Paul 16-25 and 20-25.
Herzog said the girls played hard all year and learned a lot. “I look forward to seeing what this group can accomplish next year,” Herzog said.
Zoey Lang led the Lady Warriors with five service points with five aces along with three kills and two assists.
Jordyn Fuemmeler finished the match with six service points with five aces and one assist while Kylee Turner added three service points and two assists, Grace Williams with three service points with two aces, Alison Eichelberger with one service point with one ace and one kill, Allison Drummond with one service point with one ace and one kill, Addie Hubach with one kill and Bridgette Lutz with one service point.
Wednesday’s match
The Ss. Peter & Paul girls B volleyball team fell in three sets Wednesday night against Columbia Independent by the scores of 25-20, 17-25 and 6-15.
Ss. Peter & Paul coach Dina Herzog said the girls struggled with their serving and just couldn’t get anything going.
Grace Williams led the Lady Warriors with five kills on seven attack attempts along with three service points with one ace. Jordyn Fuemmeler finished the match with three assists, one kill on three attack attempts and two service points with two aces. Bridgette Lutz had two kills on four attack attempts along with two service points with one ace and one dig while Alison Eichelberger added three kills on six attack attempts and one service point, Kylee Turner with four kills and two service points with two aces, Addie Hubach with one kill on two attack attempts and one service point, Kellie Young with two attack attempts, Bailey Atkinson with one service point and one assist and Addy Nichols with one assist.