V-Ball: Pre Tourney Wrap-Up For Panther; Tigers Keep Winning
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Kent City 3 Hesperia 0
In game 1, The Panthes looked strong and led for the first half of the game but were unable to keep pace with the Eagles who are currently rated #4 in class C state rankings.After dropping game 1 20-25. In Games 2 and 3 the Panthers were...
...unable to regain their positive start and fell in both games 12-25 to the Eagles.
Alyssa Miller led the offense with 7 kills and an ace. Defense was lead by setter Ceara Thomas with 15 digs and Miller with 14 digs. Thomas also tallied 16 assists for the night.
The Panthers are looking for a win on Monday, October 31st whe they face Shelby in the opening of district play. The match will be held at Holton high school beginning at 6:30.
Grant defeated Ogemaw Heights, 25-11, 25-11, Crossroads Charter Academy 25-11, 25-2, and Chippewa Hills, 25-6, 25-18.
“We played really well and did a lot of nice things tonight.,” said Head Coach Tricia Schuitema. “ I believe Chip Hills finished 2nd in our league, so it was great to get the opportunity to play them again.”
“I'm so pleased with the leadership, camaraderie, work ethic, and skill that our team has. They are truly a top notch group of student-athletes. “