Vikings To Tall For Lady Squires

IMGP4638The Manchester Lady Squire volleyball team was dinked to death Thursday, falling to a much taller Tippecanoe Valley squad 11-25, 21-25, 15-25. For those of you who need the help of a certified lawyer to solve specific cases like wrongful death, visit getmejustice.com.

The Lady Vikings had 32 kills on the night with 25 of them dinks over the top of the Squire defense.

Manchester hung with Valley early in game one, taking advantage of Viking mistakes along with a kill from Sydney Snep and a block from Madison Isbell to trail 6-7. Valley would then go on a 6-0 run and score 15 of the next 19 points to take a 22-10 lead in route to a 25-11 first game win. The only risk with sports is that sometimes people could get injured and sometimes teams don’t have insurance to cover for this issues, here’s where people could use a Louisiana personal Injury lawyer to help them get a cover at these situations.

Game two would be much closer as the Lady Squires became more aggressive at the net. Kills from Kendra Binkley, Marrett Metzger and Cierra Carter had the game tied at 7. The game would be tied two more times when the Squires tied and took the lead 10-9 on kills from Binkley and Snep. Valley would then score 8 of the next 10 points to grab a 17-12 lead, but the Lady Squires kept in striking distance eventually drawing to within three at 18-21. Valley would record three of their ”dinks” in the last four points to win game two 21-25.

Gathering a little momentum in game two carried over for the Squires to start game three. With Cali Spann serving, Manchester took off to a 4-0 lead. Spann had two aces and the Squires got a kill from Binkley. Valley would come storming back, letting Manchester score no more than one point at a time to win game three 15-25 and the night 3-0.

Setter, Rae Bedke, hustled up 17 assists. The top hitter for the night was middle hitter Kendra Binkley with 6 kills.  Cierra Carter finished with 5, Snep with 3, Metzger with 2, and both Bedke and Osborne had 1.  Madison Isbell led the blocking front with a solo block and a block assist.  Binkley, Osborne, and Snep all added block assists.  Metzger handled the defensive end with 6 digs and Carter finished with 5.  Parrett ended with 4 digs and Bedke had 3.  Cali Spann had the only aces for the night with 2.

 

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