D-1 No. 3 Wolves down Falcons to reach 11-0
HAYES CENTER, Neb. — Senior Jaycee Widener jolted Hitchcock County with a season-high 22 kills and five ace serves in unbeaten Maywood-Hayes Center's 25-14, 25-15, 25-16 volleyball victory Tuesday evening.
The Wolves (11-0 record) roared out of Saturday's Hitchcock tournament championship. Sophomore Ashlin Broz and Olivia Hansen served two more aces each as Hansen totaled a team-best 13 service points.
Setter Kiley Hejtmanek delivered 16 assists for coach Kory Rohde's Class D-1 No. 3-ranked team (Journal Star).
"We played a little sloppy tonight and made some mistakes that we normally do not make," Rohde said. "But we made enough plays to win and I'm happy for that ...11-0 is pretty good."
Junior Riley Bortner sizzled six kills and four ace serves past the Wolves while leading the 4-8 Falcons.
Senior Faith Wagner slammed four more kills and junior Lindsey Rippen rose to make five ace blocks.
Bortner cleaned the home court with 18 digs.
Watch for more details in Thursday's Gazette.