While the conditions were a little wet for spectating, they were perfect for competing! At last night’s first conference meet of the season (vs Michigan Center and Hanover Horton), most of the boys and girls team ran season or personal best times! The girls ran first, clinching wins against both Center and Hanover. The girl’s team was led by Ava Viegelahn, finishing in first place with a big personal best time of 19:58. Viegelahn was followed by the scoring spots of Maddy Basham (sb 21:27), Grace Bullock (pr 21:37), Isabel Spencer (sb 23:04), and Maddie Jenks (pr 24:03). Ella Easterday (sb 26:18), Claire Foster (pr 26:45), Maggie Jenks (pr 27:54), and Lorelai Malinowski (pr 30:13) rounded out the girl’s team.
The boys had equal efforts, but were not successful at securing a win. The boys team was led by Matt Rankin, finishing in 3rd place and a personal best time of 17:37. Matt was followed by the scoring spots of Josh Postuma (pr 20:04), Wyatt Boteler (pr 20:41), David Maynard (pr 20:52) and Jackson Byers (pr 21:03). Ruben Spencer (sb 22:16), Malachi Tucker (pr 23:15), Elijah Maitland (26:29), Seth Neey (pr 26:32), and Aaron Herrera (29:46) rounded out the boys team.
The Napoleon Pirates defeated the Hanover Horton Comets 25-6, 25-20, 25-18. Momo Hampton led the Pirates serving the first 22 consecutive points in the first set of the evening. She ended with 24 service points for the night and 3 aces. Kelsea Bradley also collected 3 aces with 10 service points. Alyssa Budd contributed 12 kills while Sam Conaway added 8 kills. Momo Hampton had 23 assists that provided a well rounded offense in the 3 set sweep. Defense was led by Kaitlyn Pequet with 22 digs and Sophia Mitchell with 19 digs. The Pirates are 9-8-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference.
|The Grass Lake Varsity Volleyball team hosted Vandercook Lake and took the win in a quick three set match (25-10,25-11,25-18). Junior Abby Buttigieg led the team with 19 digs and was perfect at the service line going 30-for-30 with 24 points and 8 aces. Cheyenne Mosher racked up 22 assists and served 12-for-12 with nine points and three aces. Ruby Johnson led at the net with eight kills while Jasmine Carr added 6 of her own. The Warriors are back Thursday night as they host Springport for Senior Night!|