Wolf Point Herald

Seventh-Grade Volleyball Finishes At Home

The Lady Wolves seventh grade volleyball team ended their season on a high note at the jamboree hosted at Wolf Point Junior/Senior High School, Oct. 12.

In the first match, the Wolves defeated Plentywood, 2-0. The set scores for the match were 25-21 and 25-16.

The team carried that momentum with them into the second contest, defeating Scobey, 2-0. The set scores for the match were 25-23 and 25-12.

All members of the Wolf Point team were picked as the top defensive players of the jamboree. Coach Melissa Cromwell noted the entire team had great communication.

Imani Bighorn was picked as the top offense player of the jamboree. She scored 11 consecutive points in the match against Scobey and ended the jamboree with a total of 20 points with one ace. She also made several tips at the net.

The rest of the Lady Wolves team had high moments on offense. Dani Vine scored 10 points and five aces. She also made several kills during the jamboree.

Abby Juve, whom Cromwell referred to as “Ms. Hustle” had eight points.

Hailey Brunelle and Lauren Crawford made serving adjustments in both matches. Brunelle scored eight points with two aces while Crawford had seven points with one ace.

Sky Johnston, who scored two points with two aces, used many opportunities to make several sets and assist her teammates in scoring.

Sixth graders Darlene Macdonald and Hannah Steele stepped up and played with confidence.  Steele had scored six points and one ace in the jamboree while Macdonald had three points.

Cromwell said the jamboree was a great end to a successful season. She also said the team came focused and ready to play and was proud of the team’s winning season and looks forward to watch their progression next season.

She also thanked the parents and the fans for supporting the Lady Wolves throughout the season. Hailey Brunelle and Lauren Crawford made serving adjustments in both matches. Brunelle scored eight points with two aces while Crawford had seven points with one ace.

Sky Johnston, who scored two points with two aces, used many opportunities to make several sets and assist her teammates in scoring.

Sixth-graders Darlene Macdonald and Hannah Steele stepped up and played with confidence.  Steele scored six points and one ace in the jamboree while Macdonald had three points.

Cromwell said the jamboree was a great end to a successful season. She also said the team came focused and ready to play. She was proud of the team’s winning season and looks forward to watch their progression next season.

She also thanked the parents and the fans for supporting the Lady Wolves throughout the season.