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Eagles Fall Short Against Seminoles

October 18, 2017
BY BRUCE CRAWFORD - Staff Writer (bcrawford@wetzelchronicle.com) , Wetzel Chronicle

The Magnolia Blue Eagles won the opening set, 27-25, but lost the three-straight close sets, 18-25, 25-27 and 20-25, to fall a little short Oct.12 inside Monroe Central High School.

Keyed by the net play by Kyndra Pilant and Mady Winters, and the floor play by Kayna and Via Anderson, the Blue Eagles won the opening set, 27-25.

Pilant paced the Lady Eagles with four points, 14 kills, 11 blocks and five digs, while Mady Winters contributed six points, 11 kills, and eight blocks. The Anderson sisters Kayna and Via equally-shared 22 digs, while Lenica Grimm dished out a game-high 31 points, and scored seven points.

In addition, Kennedy Parsons provided four service points and three kills, while Shyanna White drilled three killsand Ashley Kelly scored a team-high eight points, that included a service ace.

McKinzey Dierkes provided a triple-double with 11 points (2 aces), 11 kills, 12 digs and passed out four assists, while Elaina Swallow dished off 30 assists and scored 10 points for the senior.

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Rebels Shoot Down Eagles In Four Sets

The Dynamic Duo of Kyndra Pilant and Mady Winters recorded 26 kills, 21 blocks, 13 digs and 10 points, while Lenica Grimm dished out 31 assists. However it was not enough to get past the Ritchie County Lady Rebels in girls volleyball action on Oct. 11 inside the MHS HammerDome.

All four matches were nip-and-tuck in every set, with the Lady Rebels shooting down the Blue Eagles, 25-22, in an all-out shootout, while Magnolia soared above Ritchie in the second set, 19-25.

It took overtime for the Rebels to get by the Lady Eagles in the third set, 26-24, and then the Rebels took the Lady Eagles to the cleaners, 25-20, in the fourth set to win the hard-fought match between to sectional foes.

Besides the net attack by Pilant and Winters, and the assists by Grimm. The Eagles Kennedy Parsons and Ashley Kelly produced six points, four kills, and eight points, respectively, while Kayna and Via Anderson contributed seven points and five digs, and seven digs, respectively for the Blue Eagles.

Magnolia has played some outstanding volleyball teams in the past several days, and will tangle with several more top-notch teams down the stretch, to get ready for their second season in sectional, and hopefully regional and state competition in the next few weeks.

The Lady Eagles will play their final home games between Paden City, John Marshall and Valley on Oct. 25, 26 and 27, respectively, with junior varsity matches serving up at 5:30 p.m. in each match.

 
 
 

 

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