Written by Bob Loucks
Both the Frontier A and B teams won each of their matches.
The following students contributed to the effort: Mandi Martin, nine serves with three aces, two spikes and one extra effort; Jadyn Myrick, nine serves, one ace, five spikes and two extra efforts; Kelsie Neubauer, two serves and one spike; Ashtyn Hentges, five serves, one ace and two extra efforts; Aubrey Zilkoski, one spike and one extra effort; Kylie Kirkaldie, five serves, one ace, six spikes and one extra effort; Charlene Allmer, two serves; Patience Muth, two serves; while Mackenzie Whitehawk also contributed.
The Frontier A team then defeated Glasgow White in two sets, 25-9 and 25-19.
For Frontier, Martin, 11 serves, four aces, one spike and two extra efforts; Myrick, seven serves, two aces and two spikes; Neubauer, four serves; Hentges, two serves, one ace and one spike; Zilkoski, three serves, one ace and one extra effort; Kirkaldie, two spikes with one ace; Allmer, one serve; Muth and Whitehawk both contributed to the team effort.
The Frontier B team also defeated Scobey in their first match, 25-11, 25-18 and 15-7 in the optional third set.
Frontier then defeated Poplar 25-11, 25-15 and 15-5.
The following Frontier students contributed in the games: Brenna Kurokawa, 31 serves, four aces and one extra effort; Madison Kinzie, 10 serves and one extra effort; Elizabeth Zimmer, four serves; Samantha Goodman, eight serves with two aces; Anamarie Long, 10 serves with four aces; Imani Bighorn, two serves, one ace and one extra effort;
Mary Bighorn, 10 serves and one ace; Kassandra Kirkaldie, five serves, 11 spikes and three extra efforts; and Samarah Wells, eight serves and one extra effort.
The girls travel to Sco-bey Saturday, Sept. 29, for the Scobey Jamboree.