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Jaguars Split This Past Week

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The varsity volleyball squad split matches during the fifth week of the season at home in a conference triangular.  They opened the night losing to Emmetsburg by the scores of 11-25, 21-25, and 9-25.  In the second match of the night, the girls held off the Cougars of Manson NW Webster in five games:  25-12, 25-18, 21-25, 23-25, 15-12. 

The E-Hawks are 5-7 overall but 5-0 in conference play.  The Jaguars served at 94% which was good, but struggled during the match in passing the ball and executing their attacks.  The team averaged 11 kills per game, but they were averaging almost five errors per game with their attacks.  Leading the way with saves was Delaney Conrad and Jaynie Ferrari with nine each.  Emily Jaeschke had 29 assists that averaged to 9.66 assists per game.  Conrad had two solo blocks and one assist. Ferrari and Conrad each had nine saves against the E-Hawks.

In their match with Manson-NW Webster, the girls started the match strong but let the Cougars back in during the third and fourth games. Manson NW Webster is 5-4 overall and 2-2 with conference matches.   The girls served at 93.9 % efficiency with three aces for the match.  Kiersten Fisher led the team with 19 kills while Delaney Conrad followed with 14.  Jaynie Ferrari had 13 while Chloe Hicks had six.  The team average 11 kills per game but also averaged three hitting errors per game.  Chloe Hicks led the team with twenty saves followed by Delaney Conrad with 17.  Ferrari had 12 saves and Emily Jaeschke had eight.  Jaeschke had 44 assists for the night too.  Kenzie Crampton, Delaney Conrad, and Kiersten Fisher each had two solo blocks during the match.  Fisher and Conrad had two assists with blocking as well (double block).  The team is 6-7 overall and 2-4 in conference play.  The girls travel to St. Mary’s of Storm Lake on Tuesday, September 24th and then play in a triangular in Lake City against PAC and SCC. 

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