Volleyball: Warriors sweep L-Cats; Pirates, Eagles, Falcons win

September 16, 2018

LAKE MILLS — Payton Kuepers came up with nine kills and four aces as Lakeside Lutheran swept host Lake Mills, 25-20, 25-21, 25-15, in Thursday’s Capitol North volleyball clash.

Hannah Willems put down 11 kills and Kaitlyn Shadoski added 10 while Grace Westrate supplied 21 assists and Kaylee Raymond provided 16. Lydia Bilitz added three aces and Kylee Gnabasik tallied a career-high 37 digs.

“We began to hit the ball with more force and once we got back to swinging, they could really start seeing the court and the open spots,” Lakeside coach Jenny Krauklis said. “Our setters did a great job.

“We also had a great night serving coming in with a team total of 10 aces to only four missed serves. Kylee Gnabasik kept many of those long rallies alive with a career high in digs.”

Sydney Lewellin led the L-Cats with 13 assists and three aces while Grace Schopf put down seven kills. Tatum Riggleman had 27 digs for Lake Mills, which visits Pewaukee Saturday.

Lakeside (13-8, 5-0 North) travels to Saturday’s Edgerton Invitational.



CAMBRIDGE — Waterloo made short work of host Cambridge in Thursday’s 25-7, 25-4, 25-14 Capitol South volleyball rout.

Brooke Mosher accounted for 16 kills, 14 assists, nine digs and three aces while Joslyn Wolff added 10 digs and seven kills. Katie Kuhl handed out 19 assists while Avery Meyer added nine digs.

Michaela Riege served for three aces while Emily McCunn, Ashley Caraballo and Sydney Schonhoff all had three kills. The Pirates (11-5, 5-0 South) will take part in today’s Charger Rally.



JEFFERSON — Cassidy Spies finished with 10 kills, nine assists, five digs and three aces in Jefferson’s 26-24, 25-19, 25-16 Rock Valley volleyball win over visiting Evansville.

Eden Dempsey put up 10 assists while Brooklyn Fritz supplied seven kills, five digs and three aces. Alison Hauser came up with seven kills and three aces while Parker Biwer had seven digs.

“Brooklyn had a very solid game all the way around tonight, especially in her passing game,” Jefferson coach Kaley Jacobson said.

“I’m again proud of how Eden Dempsey stepped up in her new setting role and strong defensive play.

“It wasn’t our strongest showing but we were able to finish in three.”

Jefferson travels to Saturday’s Middleton Invitational.



HUSTISFORD — Alisha Peplinski had five kills and Allison Noll put up 13 assists for Hustisford’s volleyball team in a 25-21, 25-20, 25-23 Trailways East sweep of Central Wisconsin Christian on Thursday.

Cassidy Ewert had 12 digs and Kelsey Ewert added eight for Hustisford (11-7, 3-0 in conference). The Falcons travel to Oskhosh to face Valley Christian on Tuesday.

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