Fans got their moneys worth at Sisseton volleyball match
Volleyball fans, especially Mustang fans got their moneys worth watching the girls battle it out at the nets in Sisseton Sept. 21. Coach Vanessa Bloom said “We fought for every point. Two times we fought back from a 10 point deficit.”
The Mustangs won the first game 25-23, went 35-33 for the win in the second contest, saw Sisseton battle back 13-25 and 26-24 in the fourth to take it to the end where the Mustangs earned a 16-14 win for the match set.
The Stangs served up 109 of 117 with 11 aces on the night. Tasha Zirbel was 28 of 29 and had two aces. Masey Chapin served up 19 of 22 with three aces and Emily Breske was 20 of 22 with one ace.
It was Zoey Wohlleber and Zirbel leading the Mustang setting game as Zirbel was 88 of 89 with 14 assists while Wohlleber set 47 of 50 and 12 assists. The locals set 163 of 170 and had 26 assists.
On the attack for the Mustangs were Breske going 62 of 67 with 16 kills in the contest and teammate Sunni O’Riley having five kills on 26 of 29. The Mustangs totaled 36 kills on 150 of 165.
The Mustangs did not let much get by as the club had 81 digs. Alyssa Barse scooped up 20 and Zirbel 15 in the Mustang win.
The JV lost in a two game set 8-25 and 14-25.
Fall to AC
After coming off a long night battling it out on the court the Waubay-Summit Mustangs met their match and fell in three straight games 17-25, 17-25 and 15-25 to Aberdeen Christian Sept. 22.
The Mustangs served up 45 of 49 and had just two aces in the contest with Wohlleber getting the two aces on 11 of 11 while Breske served up 10 of 10.
It was Zirbel and Wohlleber leading the local club setting going 44 of 45 with eight assists and 35 of 35 with eight assists respectively. The Mustangs had 16 assists on 98 of 100.
On the attack game the Stangs racked up 18 kills on 82 of 96. Breske had seven kills on 27 of 33 and O’Riley was 18 of 21 with four kills.
Zirbel and Barse came up with 13 digs apiece while the team total in the match was 41.
Aberdeen Christian won the preliminary contest in three 17-25, 25-5 and 15-5.
Wildcats tame Mustangs
It was a taming of the Mustangs from their match of the week as the Northwestern Wildcats downed the local club in three games Sept. 24. Northwestern took the match 11-25, 7-25 and 12-25.
Chapin had the lone ace for the Mustangs going eight of eight while Zirbel was eight of nine. The Stangs served up just 33 of 38 and one ace.
Zirbel was lead setter for Waubay-Summit going 26 of 26 with seven assists. Wohlleber was 12 of 14 with three assists while the team was 54 of 56 overall with 10 assists.
Breske and O’Riley were the attack leaders getting five on eight of 20 and two kills on 11 of 14 respectively. The team was 50 of 56 and totaled 10 kills on the night.
Breske had four solo blocks and O’Riley had three solos and one assist.
The Mustangs had 29 digs with Zirbel scooping up 10 and Barse six.
Northwest won the preliminary in two games 25-11 and 25-6.
The Mustangs will host Webster Area Sept. 29 in Waubay and continue the site advantage hosting Langford Oct. 1.
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