Lady Terriers defeat Circle and Ekalaka at away games


 Submitted by Lorna Wollman

The Lady Terriers traveled to Circle and Ekalaka last week, coming home with two big wins over the Circle Wildcats and Ekalaka Bulldogs.

On Thursday the Terriers beat the Circle Wildcats for the first time in six years. Playing exceptionally well, the girls took the game in four sets. 
The next night the girls traveled to Ekalaka and had a successful night, also winning in four sets. 
Carly Stickel broke the record for the number of blocks in a game. The girls are undefeated and are looking for a good season. 
Terry will travel to Wibaux Friday. During Saturday’s Terrier homecoming the Terriers will  face off against the Jordan Mustangs. Volleyball action will begin at 4 p.m. with the junior high team.
 
Stats
Terry vs. Circle Varsity
26-24, 19-25, 25-15, 25-19
Kills - 63, Carly Stickel led with 18; Assists - 39, led by Haidle with 22; Ace Serves - 11, Robertson and Dukart each with 3; Blocks - 14, C. Stickel and Dukart each with 7.
 
Terry vs. Circle JV
25-8, 25-13, 15-7
Kills - 11, led by Alyssa Morast and and Keller 3 each; Assists - 9, led by Keller 4; Ace Serves 19, led by Ashley Morast 11; Digs - 8, led by Keller with 3; Blocks - 3, led by Alyssa Morast, 2
 
Terry vs. Circle Frosh
Kills -15, Alyssa Morast, 5; Assists - 14, Keller, Ridenhower 7 each; Ace Serves - 11, Keller 4; Digs 15, Lantis 4; Blocks 1, Schlosser.
 
Terry vs. Ekalaka Varsity
25-16, 25-18, 20-25, 25-14
Kills - 38, Dukart 16; Assists - 38, Haidle 24; Ace Serves - 11, Dukart 4, Digs - 36, C. Stickel 13, Blocks - 14, C. Stickel 10.
 
Terry vs. Ekalaka JV
25-14, 18-25, 14-16, 15-10, 9-15
Kills - 15, C. Morrison 5; Assists - 14, Ridenhower 6; Ace Serves - 10, Keller 7; Digs - 13, C. Morrison and Schlosser; Blocks - 6, Alyssa Morast 4.

Published Sept. 8, 2010

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