Ram v’ball team goes 3-3 at SCC tourney

~courtesy of The Scranton Journal

The Greene County volleyball team made a good showing at the South Central Calhoun tournament Saturday, Sept. 7, with three wins and three losses on the day.
They defeated South Hamilton 21-15, 15-21, 15-13; Belmond-Klemme 21-9, 21-18, and Audubon 21-16, 21-19. Their losses were to IKM-Manning 19-21, 22-20, 13-15; Pocahontas Area 21-18, 17-21, 6-15, and the SCC, the hosts 13-21, 12-21.

Rams 21-21
Audubon 16-19

Greene County took two games from Audubon. Lily Muir led the team in kills with eight. Aubrey Heupel set 16 assists. Defense was balanced with Paige Heaning topping the team with eight digs. Muir hammered four ace serves in a 12 of 13 stand at the line. Sophia Havens stroked 11/12 while Heaning, Brianna Osterson and Harleigh Weir was perfect behind the line.

The team successfully served 38 of 42 for 90 percent serve efficiency.

Pocahontas 18-21-15
Rams 21-17-6

Greene County started the match against Pocahontas Area with a 21-18 win but the Indians came back with two victories to win the match.

Brianna Osterson fired six kills while Aubrey Heupel set seven assists. Lily Muir worked the court to post seven digs. Paige Heaning led the Rams with 13 of 13 serves. Muir, Osterson and Harleigh Weir were also perfect at the line.

The team stroked 40 of 44 serves for 90 percent efficiency.

SCC 21-21
Rams 13-12

The South Central Calhoun machine dispensed the Rams 21-13 and 21-12. Harleigh Weir had four kills and Aubrey Heupel set six assists. Topping the Ram’s chart was Lily Muir with five digs. Brianna Osterson hit six of six with one ace serve.

Team serving was down to 85 percent in this game with 22 of 26 successful serves.

Greene County defeated South Hamilton, posting a 21-15 win in the first game, losing 15-21 in the second and taking the deciding set 15-13. They topped Belmond – Klemme, taking an easy 21-9 victory in the first game and holding off the Broncos 21-18 in the second. IKM-Manning took the first set 21-19 over the Rams, but Greene County fought back with a 22-20 win in the second game. The Wolves won the deciding set 15-13 for the match victory. No additional stats were provided for these three matches.

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