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Varsity Volleyball ends First week at 4-4

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The Southeast Valley varsity volleyball finished the first week of play going 4-4 overall.  On Thursday, they traveled to Alta and lost to the Warriors in four games 7-25, 20-25, 25-22, 25-27. 

On Saturday, the team traveled to Saint Edmonds for their invitational.  They opened the morning with a victory against the Gaels 21-11 and 21-13.  In the next match the girls lost to Webster City by the scores of 13-21 and 11-21.  They played Bishop Garrigan (Algona) next and defeated them by the scores of 21-16, 13-21, 15-11.  They lost against Aplington-Parkersburg 14-21 and 19-21.  In the final match of the day the were defeated by Pocahontas Area by the scores of 19-21 and 12-21. 

The Jaguars defeated GTRA (Graettinger-Terril-Ruthven- Ayrshire) on Tuesday night (9/3/19).  The girls were able to play at home and beat the Titans by the scores of 25-21, 25-18, and 25-15.  Fisher led the team with 10 kills.  She was followed by with Conrad with six, Ferrari had five and Crampton had four.  Emily Jaeschke had 23 assists during the match.  Conrad had three ace blocks while Ferrari and Crampton had two each.  Conrad also led the team with twelve saves while Chloe Hicks followed her with 10. 

As of September 4th, the team is currently serving 91% with 41 aces averaging 1.86 ace serves per game.  Leading the way with serving efficiency is Delaney Conrad at 97.9%.  She is followed by Emily Jaeschke at 96.1%.  Kenzie Crampton is serving above 90% with 91.7% efficiency.  The team is averaging 8.5 kills per game.  Kiersten Fisher is averaging 2.73 kills per game.  She is followed by Delaney Conrad at 1.91 kills per game.  Jaynie Ferrari is third with 1.73 kills/game followed by Kenzie Crampton with 1.18/game.  Junior setter Emily Jaeschke is averaging 6.14 assists per game.

The team is averaging 1.73 blocks per game and 10.77 digs a game.  Leading the way with solo blocks is Delaney Conrad.  Ferrari has five and Crampton has four.  In saving the ball defensively, Conrad is averaging 2.23 saves/digs per game.  She is followed by Chloe Hicks with 2.23 a game. 

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