Times Staff Report
DANVILLE -- Northview followed up a busy weekend of tournament action with a Monday night road win against Danville, 25-14, 25-20, 25-19.
Ashlen Buck had 16 digs against the Warriors with Brylie Riddell adding 10 digs and 11 kills for the Knights. Audrey Clark had seven digs in the victory with Shelbi Morris topping the team with 17 kills to go with two aces and seven digs. McKenzi Kumpf had eight kills, four digs and two aces and Hannah Willocks posted a kill and a dig. Alexus Bex contributed three assists. Briana Cook passed out 13 assists with four digs and Taylor Hess had 20 assists to go with two digs.
The Knights improve to 28-3 overall and 6-0 in the conference with a match this evening against Plainfield.
Clay City downs North Daviess
CLAY CITY -- The Clay City volleyball team picked up a SWIAC victory in grand fashion on Monday night, winning a four-game battle against visiting North Daviess, 25-19, 23-25, 32-30, 25-14.
The pivotal third-game was the key to the match according to coach Lu Anne Anderson as the Eels outlasted the Cougars in a 62-point game.
The girls really came out tonight and played hard. We were able to win the first game, but dug too big of a
hole in game two," Anderson said. "We came all the way back, but it was too late. game three was awesome. We finally won 32-30. The girls played under pressure and came through in the end. They never gave up. Game three was the deciding factor in the match. I knew that whoever won that battle was going to
win the match. We really came out on fire in game four and never looked back."
Clay City senior Brielle Drelick posted a season-high with 20 kills in the match and she was a perfect 19-of-19 from the service line with 14 digs and two blocks in the victory. Everyone got into the action as Hallie Brewer posted 11 kills and five blocks and Asie Jeffers added 10 kills, 10 service points with three aces to go with three blocks at the net. Freshman setter Emmie Kittle passed out 35 assists to go with 12 points, two kills, a block and nine digs and her sister Chloe Kittle had eight service points, an ace, three assists and six digs. Callie Dayhuff provided four points, an ace, a kill and 22 digs to lead the team and Meeghan Riggs added nine points, four kills and 10 digs.
Clay City improved to 5-2 in the SWIAC and 13-9 overall.
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