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Knights clip Orioles to remain unbeaten

Friday, September 9, 2005

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The Northview volleyball team survived its biggest test to date on Wednesday night, defeating host Avon by a 15-25, 25-20, 18-25, 25-23, 16-14 score.

The Knights got a superb effort from the whole team as Lottie King stood out with 17 service points and four aces. She also contributed a team-leading eight blocks and 11 kills in the contest. Lindsay Thomas contributed 43 assists in running the Northview offense and chipped in eight points from the service line and added three kills.

Senior Christy Fulk was second on the team in kills with nine and added five blocks, six digs and four points with classmate Brittney Spugnardi adding nine points and three kills.

Heather Palmer came through with six kills and three blocks while Kaley Huffman had five points, two aces, five kills, three blocks and three digs in a balanced effort. Kyler Clark chipped in with four points and two kills for the Knights who remain unbeaten this season at 12-0 overall and will travel to Brown County on Saturday for two matches, one against the Eagles and another against Sullivan.

In the JV match, the Knights came out on the short end of a 24-25, 17-25 score despite a 12 point effort from Olivia Kumpf that inlcluded five aces. Cari Laue added 10 points and an ace with a kill with Ashley Hull chipping in with five points, two aces and a pair of kills.

Emma Koehler contributed six points, three aces and five assists to the cause with Hannah Emmert ringing up two points, both on aces, two blocks and three kills.



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