9-27 to 10-2 Chelan Volleyball
Abby Phelps going up for a spike against Quincy. File Photo by Richard Uhlhorn
Chelan extends volleyball record to 8-1
Faces 1st place Cascade Thursday evening at Chelan High School
By Richard Uhlhorn
Since Chelan lost its first league match against a tough Cascade team, they have been on a roll, not losing a match and they now sit solidly in second place in the Caribou Trail League.
On Thursday evening, October 11, the Lady Goats will host their arch rival Cascade for their second match up of the season. If they can win this match, the venerable Goats will be in a tie for first place. This is the match to come and watch as both teams battle it out
Cascade to keep that first place position and Chelan to prove to Cascade that their win was really just a fluke.
On Thursday, September 27, the Goats swept the Lady Tigers in three games 25-8, 25-8, 25.2. Our serving was a dominating force as the team combined for a team high 22 aces, said Coach Donene Hendricks.
Courtney Dietrich 10 kill, 2 blocks
Abby Phelps 4 kills, 12 assists, 23/24 with 10 aces
Karle Pittsinger 11/12 with 5 aces, 7 assists, 2 kills, 1 block
Jenny Sundberg 3 kills
Morgan Hawkins 3 kills
Makenzie Harris 3 kills
On Tuesday evening, September 29, the Goats traveled to Omak where they beat the Pioneers 25-8, 25-14, 25-19. All three squads posted wins.
Courtney Dietrich 16 kills, 6/7 serving with 2 aces, 2 blocks, 6 digs
Abby Phelps 14 kills, 16 assists, 17/18 serving with 3 aces
Jenny Sundberg 4 kills, 4/5 serving
Emily Schramm 3 kills, 5/5 passing on serve/receive
Morgan Hawkins 16/18 serving with 4 aces, 4 digs
Karle Pittsinger 21 assists, 15/15 serving with 1 ace
Chelan hosted the Brewster Bears on Saturday afternoon, October 2, posting a hard fought win 25-19, 23-25, 25-18, 25-13. It was a fun match to watch with some great hitting and defense from both sides of the net, said Hendricks.
Courtney Dietrich 17 kills, 5 blocks, 10 digs, 21-24 serving with 7 aces
Abby Phelps 12 kills, 21 assists, 1 block, 9 digs, 13/13 seriving
Karle Pittsinger 21 assists, 4 kills, 15/16 serving with 1 ace
MaKenzie Harris 6 kills, 14/15 at the service line, 5 digs
Emily Schramm 8 digs
Tess Young 12 digs
Emily and Tess were huge for us both defensively as well as in serve/receive, said Coach Hendricks.
She would love to see the community come out for Thursdays match-up against first place Cascade at 7 p.m.