The Oran High School volleyball team lost both matches last night in Malden. The junior varsity (2-4) fell 19-25, 19-25. The varsity (5-7-1) fell in three sets, 18-25,25-21&12-25.
For the younger girls, Savannah Below had six kills and five digs. Heather Gosche had five kills and three digs. Kennedi McVay had a kill, four assists, a dig and an ace.
Sam Welter had three assists and two digs. Katelyn Streeter had four assists. Ali Hornbeck, Megan Henson and Paige Bradley each had a kill. Bradley also tossed in a pair of aces.
Kaylee Payne had 15 kills, nine digs, two blocks and two aces during varsity action. Cassie Cochran dished out 16 assists. She also added a dig an ace.
Jessie Long had four kills, three digs and two blocks. Streeter had 11 digs, two kills and two assists. Kamryn Graviett added a kill, two assists and three digs. Hornbeck had three digs to go along with an ace. Malia LeGrand had 4 digs while Below added 2.
Coach Wibbenmeyer was disappointed in the performance last night. She said, "We looked very sluggish and slow last night. We weren’t hustling and working together as a team. I preach to the girls every game about how important talking is. And that’s what beat us right there we weren’t talking or working together as one team."
She added, " we have to learn to bounce back and be ready for the next game."
They will have an opportunity to bounce back this evening when they host Scott City at 6 pm.