North Clay volleyball splits against Woodrow Wilson
Times Staff Report
TERRE HAUTE — North Clay split a pair of volleyball matches against Woodrow Wilson on Wednesday evening.
The varsity squad lost a 25-16, 25-24 decision despite getting four points apiece from Grace Jones and Millie Pell. Jones had an ace and a kill while Pell had two aces.
Also for the Knights, Siddalee Clark had two aces and a kill, Rylee Richey added three points, an ace, two kills and three assists. Kiely McKillop had two kills, an assist and one point. Brooklee Bussing produced two aces, two digs and one kill while Sidney Linton had two digs.
The junior varsity team won a 25-14, 25-24 match paced by eight service points from Audrey Lee. Seven of Lee’s points were aces in the victory. She also added two assists and a kill for the Knights. Hannah Wells had four aces, Kaleena Bex added two service aces and Addison Bowman had two aces.
“I’m very proud of the way these ladies played against Woodrow (Wilson). Sixth-grader Hannah Wells was able to step in and play a new position for us and did an exceptional job,” coach Heather Keyes said. “We needed her this evening and she definitely stepped up for us. We had great serves from Audrey Lee, Kaleena Bex and Addison Bowman. The win was truly an all-around team effort. Very proud of these young ladies.”
The varsity Knights are now 2-1 overall.
The North Clay varsity won 25-16, 13-25, 15-10 over Cascade on Wednesday evening.
Richey had eight points, four aces, five digs, four kills and two assists with Clark adding seven aces and nine points. Pell had four points and two digs, McKillop had six points, two aces, two digs, a kill and two assists. Jones had three points while both Jaylee Timberman and Makala Barger had two digs. Bussing had three aces, three digs, a kill and two assists.
Earlier in the week, the junior varsity split a pair of matches, defeating St. Pats 25-19, 25-22 and falling 25-14, 19-25, 11-15 to Cascade.
Lee had a combined 19 points and had a kill and two assists versus the Cadets. Emily Ringo added 12 points to go with three kills against Cascade. Olivia Slaughter had nine points, Kalyn Rhea had five points. Bex scored four points with three aces against Cascade. Bowman had three points and Emma Guernsey had a point.