KENOSHA — Watertown’s volleyball team captured its second tournament title of the season, finishing 4-1 to win the Kenosha Indian Trail invitational on Saturday.
The Goslings finished second in pool play, defeating Wilmot (25-12, 25-7), losing to Kenosha Bradford (20-25, 25-20, 14-16) and beating Oak Creek (25-12, 25-19) to advance to the championship bracket. In the semifinals, Watertown beat the first place team from the other pool, Kettle Moraine, 25-11, 25-18. That earned the Goslings a rematch with Bradford in the finals, and this time Watertown prevailed 25-10, 25-12.
“We did not play to our ability in our first match against Kenosha Bradford, but we earned another shot at them,” Watertown volleyball coach Carrie Hein said. “The girls were just pumped. They wanted to show them who they really were and what they were capable of. The level of intensity they showed was impressive.”
Senior middle and outside hitter Brianne Korducki had 43 kills, 10 blocks and seven aces to lead the Goslings. Junior outside hitter Samantha Gray had 22 kills. Senior outside hitter and right side Allie Stair had 19 kills, 28 digs and nine aces. Junior setter Isaballe Schauer put up 92 assists and added 28 digs, eight aces and seven blocks. Senior libero Sheridan Dettmann had 44 digs. Junior middle Olivia Otto had five blocks.
Watertown (18-3) hosts Oregon in a Badger South dual match on Thursday.