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By Nathan Bourne

Three More Victories for Lady Blackhawks


Sequoia Wilber, Pathfinder

Junior Tanisha Rhoades dives to get under the ball and keep it in play.

The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks made quick work of their opponents last week. The Ladies defeated Granite, Lincoln and Victor, all in three games each. The victories extend their record to 7-1 in conference and 11-3 overall.

Versus Granite

The Lady Blackhawks hosted the Granite Prospectors Oct. 12 for a non-conference match.

The Prospectors put up a little fight but the Lady Blackhawks sent them down the creek with empty hands. The Ladies won three straight games, 25-21, 25-15 and 25-23 to take the match.

Alex Bohlman led the Ladies with 13 digs, 8 kills, 2 stuff blocks and 4 blocks. Andi Bohlman also had 8 kills while Tessa Grimes added 2 stuff blocks. Mary Strumpfer served 4 aces and Autumn Morse had 8 assists.

Versus Lincoln

The Lady Blackhawks took on the Lincoln Lynx Oct. 13.

The Lynx met a similar fate on the Lady Blackhawks' home court as the Prospectors did the night before. The Ladies sent the Lynx home in three quick games, 25-7, 25-11 and 25-14.

Alex Bohlman dominated the stats with 3 aces, 6 digs, 10 assists, 11 kills, 2 stuff blocks and 5 blocks. Tessa Grimes also had 3 aces and Autumn Morse had 6 digs of her own.

Versus Victor

The Lady Blackhawks traveled to Victor to bring the battle to the Pirates Oct. 14.

Sequoia Wilber, Pathfinder

Sophomore Andi Bohlman serves against the Lynx. She had 2 aces in the match.

The match was short-lived as the Lady Blackhawks made the Pirates walk the plank after taking three games in a row, 25-15, 25-22 and 25-21.

Tessa Grimes led in blocking with 3 blocks and 4 stuff blocks. Alex Bohlman led with 10 kills and 13 assists while Ashley Miller had 15 digs and Autumn Morse served 2 aces.

This Week

The Lady Blackhawks wrap up the regular season with two matches this week staring at Valley Christian Oct. 18 at 5:30 p.m.

The Ladies then host Darby Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. It's Senior Night for the Lady Blackhawks and they will honor their four seniors along with seniors running cross county.


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