Both Lady Seahawk volleyball teams defeated Bozeman in an away match Oct. 1

The junior varsity won in two games, 25-13 and 25-12.

“Our JV team proved to be much better skilled than the Bozeman girls,” said Coach Tara Klink. “Our younger JV girls got some playing time and did a great job against them. Sophomore Casey Tucker lead the team in serving points with a combined six aces between their two games and seventh grader Sophia Kirvin topped off our hitting with two kills. I'm very proud of my Seahawks!”

The varsity girls lost their opening game 25-27 and then reeled off three straight victories, 25-20, 25-22 and 25-20.

“The varsity had a bit of a sloppy game, which caused us to lose our first game. We were still able to pull it together for our victory over Bozeman,” said Klink. “Freshman Scout Segree lead our varsity team in serving with seven aces, followed by senior captain Morgan Mock with five aces, and senior captain Gracyn Kirvin with four aces. Mock was our top hitter with five kills.” – By DAVID ADLERSTEIN