Lady Chiefs Split Volleyball Matches With Catholic

August 31, 2010

The Northview Lady Chiefs Ninth grade team beat Catholic Monday afternoon on the volleyball court, while the JV and Varsity teams lost.

In the first game of the ninth grade match, Northview won by two points, 25-23. The Lady Chiefs took a big 11-point win the second game, 25-14. Mallory Wiggins had one kill, four aces and a block for the Chiefs (1-0). Paeton Hadley had one assist and a half dozen aces, and Ali Martin had four aces.

The Varsity Lady Chiefs lost three games to the Crusaders, 25-10, 25-14, 25,11. Shawna Montgomery had two kills, three assists and two blocks for the Varsity Chiefs (0-1). Kara Hardin had one ace, two assists and a dig, while Sarah Killam had 13 assists, one kill and a block.

The JV Lady Chiefs lost two games to Catholic, 25-5, 25-9. Sophomore Rebecca Masaitis had one dig for the JV Lady Chiefs (0-1).

The JV and Varsity teams will be in action again Tuesday at Jay beginning at 4:00.


2 Responses to “Lady Chiefs Split Volleyball Matches With Catholic”

  1. AMY on September 2nd, 2010 5:17 pm


  2. Ms. Lori on August 31st, 2010 9:49 am

    I am so proud of you Sarah. Way to go!!

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