“The Trojans struggled as a team at the Sparta tournament, but if we grew as a team, then it’s a win,” coach Vickie Stevenson said whe it was over. “Call it the first week back in school? Our day was riddled with errors.”
North Crawford played in a seven-team round robin. The Trojans played five straight matches. Then, they sat round six and finished with playing round seven. The Trojans ended in sixth place overall, defeating only Wonewoc-Center.
Highlights of the day included:
Lydia Barr had 77 assists in the tournament. Hallie Toedter led the team in kills with 26, followed by Rachael Peterson with 22 and Sarah Hanson with 18
Rachael Peterson had 10 solo blocks and 17 block assists, Lydia Barr had 18 block assists, and Emily Hanson had 13 block assists and 4 solo blocks
Sarah Hanson led the team with 22 digs, Rachael Peterson and Lydia Barr followed with 21 and 20 digs respectively.
Angie Herfel and Lydia Barr led the team with five service aces each and they were among the girls who served over 90 percent for the day, along with Rachael Peterson, Hallie Toedter, Lexis Rew-Evers, Lindsey Stevenson and Audrey Mellem.
North Crawford’s scores for the day were as follows against their opponents:
13-25, 19-25 Black River Falls
20-25, 20-25 Mauston
9-25, 17-25 Fall Creek
21-25, 23-25 Sparta
27-25, 25-17 Wonewoc-Center