Written by Al Stover
The Lady Wolves’ seventh-grade junior high volleyball team hit the road once again as they traveled to Glasgow to compete in a jamboree, Sept. 14.
In the first match, Wolf Point defeated Plentywood 3-0. The set scores for the match were 25-15, 25-12 and 25-16.
The team would not have the same outcome in the second match as they were defeated by Frontier, 3-0. The set scores for this match were 25-22, 25-16 and 15-12.
Dani Vine was one of several Wolf Point players who were good on offense. Between the two matches, Vine scored a total of 20 points and had two serving aces.
Sky Johnston, who scored 13 points and had two aces in both matches, stepped it up on defense and played well at the net, according to coach Melissa Cromwell.
Cromwell also said that the team played well with five players. She also said they did a good job recognizing spacing and serving, and did a better job of following the ball to the net.
At their next set of practices, the team will devote time to blocking and calling the ball.
The Lady Wolves will travel to Poplar to participate in a jamboree Sept. 21.
Wolves scoring: Dani Vine, 20 points, 2 aces; Abbe Juve, 16, 1; Lauren Crawford, 10, 0; Sky Johnston, 13, 2; Delia Diamont-Clark, 2, 0.