Volleyball (Girls V & JV)
Bobcats Overthrow Warriors
By Heather Kasten | Sep 15, 2023 7:26 AM
Oregon Davis may not have been big and mighty, but their consistency and ability to keep the ball off the floor drove the Warriors to frustration last night at The Den. The Warriors succumbed to mental errors, missed serves and several net fouls last night to put them down 1-3 at the end of the night.
While setter, Linzy Walters, left set two due to injury, the Warriors played their best set of the night. Sophomore Audrey Dickinson stepped in to fill the hole on the right side of the court, while junior Ally Campbell confidently took hands for the remainder of the match. After a string of points, the Warriors were down 16-22 in the second set. Earning the point right out of the timeout, senior Piper Link walked to the serving line and rattled off an astonishing 9-0 point run to put the Warriors over the Bobcats, 25-22.
"When we play in the moment and focus on our job at hand, it's amazing what we can do. Our mental game gets the best of us most matches, but we've shown those flashes where we play amazing under pressure," commented Coach Kasten.
The Warriors have a game-filled week ahead of them as the JV travels to Harrison High School tomorrow to finish the week. The team will take on Tri-Township and Triton on the road Monday and Tuesday, finishing the week at home on Thursday against Pioneer for Grandparent's Night.