Lady Indian volleyball goes 1-3 at Valley Center


Kaitlyn Brown

Lady Indian volleyball celebrate a point at home vs Garden City last year.

The Lady Indian volleyball team traveled to Valley Center for the Valley Center Invitational, where it went 1-3, making its record 4-3. They lost against Bishop Carroll, Valley Center, and Campus, and they beat Wichita West putting its record at.

In the first match against Bishop Carroll, the Indians had the scores of 15-25 and 17-25. In the game junior Tasiah Nunnery and senior Jaycee Dale each had four kills and senior Hannah McGuire had six assists. Dale and Nunnery also had four solo blocks and eight digs respectively.

In the second match against Valley Center the Indians obtained the scores of 20-25 and 20-25. During the games T. Nunnery had nine kills while McGuire had 13 assists. Junior Olivia Schremmer had two aces and senior Kallie Leiker had eight digs.

In the third match against Campus, the ladies took the match into three and had the scores of 21-25, 26-24, and 23-25. For the third match, T. Nunnery had 22 kills, Dale had 10 kills and McGuire had 19 assists. Also, Schremmer had four aces, Leiker had 17 digs and junior Macee Altman had three solo blocks. Senior Savannah Schneider helped the team with five block assists.

In the final match against Wichita West, the Lady Indians had the scores of 25-7 and 25-9.  T. Nunnery contributed four kills, while Schneider, Altman, and Dale each had three kills. Leiker made six digs for her team.

“In Valley Center we say better competition, so we were challenged to speed up our offense,” Nunnery said. “Watching the girls adapt to the speed, was a positive.”

Nunnery said that Leiker played very well in the back row and read the opposing hitters well and T. Nunnery led the team offensively and was a leader on the court. Nunnery also said that Schremmer played really good on defense and had great serves.

“We threw out a lot of different rotations at our girls to try to make our line up stronger,” Nunnery said. “The girls adapted well to the new lineups each game.”