Plum City sweeps Glenwood, has big week of D-SC matches coming upPlum City finds itself atop the Dunn-St. Croix conference after sweeping Glenwood City Thursday and faces fellow 2-0 squad Mondovi at home next Tuesday.
By: Red Wing Republican-Eagle Sports Staff, Pierce County Herald
Plum City finds itself atop the Dunn-St. Croix conference after sweeping Glenwood City Thursday and faces fellow 2-0 squad Mondovi at home next Tuesday.
Marah Boyer had a team-high six kills Thursday for Plum City in a 26-24, 25-11, 25-16 victory over Glenwood City.
Boyer also had a team-high five ace serves for the Blue Devils who picked up their third consecutive victory.
Abbie Hartung and Heather Von Holtum added three kills each and Morgan Sweeney had three ace serves. Sweeney also added 10 assists.
Ashley Longsdorf had 13 digs and Boyer added eight.
Plum City faces Mondovi Tuesday in Plum City. Both team are 2-0 in the D-SC after the Buffaloes defeated Pepin 3-1.
Pepin came up short for the second time this season against Mondovi Thursday in a 25-20, 23-25, 25-21, 25-19 loss in Mondovi.
Junior Kayla Meixner led a trio of Laker players in double digits in digs with 41. Senior Erika Johnson added 21 and sophomore Cori Terpstra had 20.
Senior Tasha Heit led Pepin (9-5, 1-1 Dunn-St. Croix) with 10 kills. Terpstra added seven and Johnson six. Heit also recorded nine solo blocks and four assisted blocks.
Juniors Ali Murray and Bre Ellison led the Lakers with 12 assists.
Terpstra went 16-for-16 serving with one ace while Meixner went 14-for-14 with an ace and Murray went 11-for-11 with an ace.
Pepin faces Spring Valley Tuesday in Spring Valley and then hosts Plum City the following Thursday. Spring Valley, like Pepin is also 1-1 after sweeping Colfax Thursday. Brooke Jacobson had 12 kills to lead the Cardinals. SV bounced back from 3-2 loss to Mondovi on Tuesday.
And joining the mix of 1-1 teams is Elmwood after they edged St. Croix Central Thursday at home 3-2.