Winner Lady Warriors volleyball team placed fourth at the Eastern Classic at Tri Valley on Saturday.
Winner defeated Tri Valley in 3 sets 31-29, 24-26 and 25-8.
Alexis Richey and Morgan Hammerbeck were 100 percent in serving. Richey had 3 ace serves and Hammerbeck, 2.
Hammerbeck had 14 kills and Abby Marts, 13. Addy Root had 22 set assists. Richey and Hammerbeck were both 61 percent in serve receive. Richey had 20 digs and Hammerbeck and Abby Marts both had 18 kills. JaiWanda Roubideaux had 2 solo blocks and Sam Marts had 1 solo block and 2 bloc assists.
As a team, Winner was 98 percent in serving with 6 aces, 34 kills, 25 assists. The team was 52 percent in serve receive with 76 digs and 4 blocks.
Winner got beat by Tea in 3 sets.
Abby Marts was 100 percent in serving. Richey and Hammerbeck had 3 ace serves. Abby Marts had 11 kills and Hammerbeck, 8.
Addy Root had 23 set assists. Richey was 80 percent in serve receive and had 16 digs. Hammerbeck had 12 digs. Sam Marts had 4 solo blocks and 3 block assists. Roubideaux had 2 block assists and Hammerbeck, 2 block assists.
The Lady Warriors were 87 percent in serving with 12 aces, 24 kills, 54 percent in serve receive, 54 digs and 9 blocks.
Winner got beat by Elk Point Jefferson in the third and fourth place match. Winner lost in 3 sets 25-15, 18-25, 15-25.
Hammerbeck and Abby Marts were 100 percent in serving. Hammerbeck along with both Sam and Abby Marts each had 1 ace serve. Abby Marts had 11 kills and Hammerbeck, 8. Root had 15 set assists. Abby Marts was 90 percent in serve receive and Richey was 75 percent. Hammerbeck and Richey each had 17 digs. Abby Marts had 3 solo blocks and Sam Marts, 1.
As a team, Winner was 97 percent in serving with 3 ace serves, 23 kills, 19 set assists, 63 percent in serve receive with 63 digs and 4 blocks.
“We played very inconsistent and had a lot of ups and downs during the day,” said coach Jaime Keiser. “We would play very good one minute and then everything would fall apart the next time. We had a lot of serve receive, serving and attack errors which gave our opponents too many unearned points,” said Keiser.
The next action for Winner will be Oct. 3 at home against Gregory.