Coach Sheryl Morast
The Terriers ended the last weekend of the regular season on a high note by defeating the Wibaux Longhorns on Friday and the Rosebud Wranglers on Saturday.
The Longhorns came to town as the number one team in the conference with an 11-0 record. The Terriers were able to hand the Longhorns their one and only loss during regular season play.
This was the best match the Terriers had played all season as they played really well as a team.
The Terriers dug the volleyball very well. They also did an outstanding job of covering the floor on tips and hits off the block.
The Terriers transitioned well from defense to offense and were very aggressive on the net scoring 49 points on kills.
The scoring from the Terrier hitters was fairly even with Lexie Schlosser leading the attack with 14 kills, Halle Keltner had 12, followed by Alyssa Morast with 10 and Caty Morrison with 9. Caty led the team in solo blocks with 5. As a team the Terriers only committed 6 service errors during the entire match. If the Terriers play at the District Tournament the way they did against the Longhorns they should do very well.
Terry v. Wibaux – 17-25; 25-21; 25-11; 17-25; 15-8
Aces 9 (Halle Keltner 3); Kills 49 (Lexie Schlosser 14); Digs 67 (Caty Morrison 15, Exelee Church 15); Assists 47 (Lexie Schlosser 27); Blocks 6 (Morrison 5)
The Terriers coasted to an easy win against the Rosebud Wranglers on Saturday.
Each player on the Terrier squad was able to get in to play at some point during the match.
The Wranglers struggled to get anything going against the Terriers on serve receive and when they were able to return a Terrier serve they just weren’t able to do anything offensively with the volleyball.
Terry v. Rosebud - 25-12; 25-8; 25-5
Aces 21 (Caty Morrison 12); Kills 25 (Lexie Schlosser 8); Digs 8 (Mikayla Ridenhower 4); Assists 22 (Lexie Schlosser 11); Blocks 1 (Morrison 1)
The Lady Terriers will play Ekalaka Thursday, Oct. 31 at 10 a.m. at the District Volleyball Tournament at Dawson Community College.
Published October 30, 2013