Volleyball team works together to roll over Crimson Tide of Columbia

Entering its match against Columbia, the girls’ volleyball team was 1-0 after beating Manheim Central 3-1. (25-12, 22-25, 25-11, 25-16). The ladies from Columbia entered the match with a winless record of 0-2 overall and 0-1 in their league.

Jordyn Kondras got three aces.

Emma Cohen contributed to
the second set win with
several of her own kills.

Allyson Dull had both kills and aces
aiding in the victory over Columbia.

Leah Wieland led the Pioneers
to an easy 25-8 victory 
in the second set.

 The match started off well for the Lady Pioneers. They opened the first set with a 6-2 lead. Jordyn Kondras got three aces in a row to take the score from 14-6 to 17-6. Leah Wieland also played well, with 4 kills, including the set winner. L-S won the first set 25-11, and it only got better from there.

Going into the second set with a 1-0 lead, the ladies did not let up. Kills from Leah Wieland, Emma Cohen, Allyson Dull, and Alexa Troiano, along with aces from Allyson Dull, and Leah Wieland led the Pioneers into an easy 25-8 victory.

The final set was more tightly contested, however. It was not until the score got into the high teens that the girls began to pull away. Their defensive play shined in the third set with the ladies providing great coverage defensively. The Pioneers won the third set 25-17 to secure the win.

"Teamwork and determination are what won the match for us," said Katelyn Reed. "We wanted to get the season off to a good start."

The girls' next match is against Solanco, who is 0-1 going into their match tonight against Penn Manor.  
--Luke Raum, LSNews.org Volleyball Reporter

Edited: BP

 

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