The Devine Varsity Arabians beat Crystal City on Friday, September 29th at Crystal City in three games: 25-23, 25-14, 25-8.
“We started off on a great note in set 1 but made too many enforced errors that kept the game close. But the girls pulled together and came back to win the set. They then went on to control set 2 and 3 easily and ended the night with a win. We did some really good things and you can see the girls getting better and taking what they have learned this season so far and applying it out on the court,” stated Coach Leigh Anne McIver.
Offensively, there were 7 aces, Addie Trojanowski led with 3, followed by Alissa Stehle with 2 and Sydney Rendon and Makenna Morales each with 1. Sierra Pompa and Chesney Friesenhahn led the kills with 11 each, followed by Trojanowski with 10, Megan Runyan with 4, Stehle with 3 and Dana Aaron with 1 for a total of 40 kills. There were also 33 assists. Trojanowski led the assists with 19, followed by Rendon with 11 and Morales with 3.
Defensively, the Arabians had 39 good passes on serve receive. They were led by Morales with 20. Others adding to this total were Friesenhahn with 8, Stehle with 5, and Rendon, Julie Ortiz and Friesenhahn each with 2. There were 4 blocks provided by Morales and Friesenhahn (each with 2). There were also 51 digs led by Morales who provided 19. Others that assisted were Trojanowski with 11, Rendon and Friesenhahn each with 6, Stehle and Elizabeth Puente each with 3, and Ortiz, Caimee Fowler and Amanda Richardson each with 1.
For the season the Arabians are 24-8.
Arabian Varsity beat Carrizo
The Devine Varsity Arabians beat Carrizo Springs on Tuesday, September 26th at Carrizo Springs in three games: 25-3, 25-9, 25-19.
“We came out playing real well in set 1. We controlled the ball, were aggressive and really limited our errors. In set 2 we relaxed a little but really were able to do some good things. In set 3 we lost our focus some, which lead to some unforced errors. But we regrouped and got back to playing our game. The regrouping was big and really showed how mentally tough we can be,” stated Coach Leigh Anne McIver.
Offensively, there were 14 aces, Chesney Friesenhahn and Addie Trojanowski led with 5 each, followed by Makenna Morales with 3 and Sydney Rendon with 1. There were 34 kills, Trojanowski led with 13, followed by Sierra Pompa with 10, Friesenhahn with 7, Alissa Stehle with 2 and Dana Aaron and Megan Runyan each with 1. There were also 31 assists. Trojanowski led the assists with 17, followed by Rendon with 13 and Morales with 1.
Defensively, the Arabians had 25 good passes on serve receive. They were led by Morales with 12. Others adding to this total were Julie Ortiz with 3, Rendon, Stehle, Friesenhahn, and Trojanowski each with 2 and Caimee Fowler and Runyan each with 1. There was one block in the games provided by Friesenhahn. There was also 46 digs led by Morales who provided 20. Others were Friesenhahn with 8, Stehle with 5, Rendon and Trojanowski each with 3, Aaron, Fowler and Elizabeth Puente each with 2, and Pompa with 1.
For the season offensively, Pompa, Friesenhahn and Trojanowski have over 200 kills each. Trojanowski leads assists with 494, followed by Rendon with 265. Defensively Morales leads with 606 digs, followed by Friesenhahn with 248 and Rendon with 200.
The Arabians are 22-8 for the season.