Solid passing leads to fluid attacks
by Kirk Whitaker
If history were to predict anything last Thursday, it was that the Lancers would pull out their first LOVC victory with relative ease.
They didn’t disappoint.
AL won in straight sets, 25-6, 25-13, in Villa Grove Thursday behind five Aces and 13 assists from Sherelle Coller, five kills from Emily Seegmiller, and four kills from Karly Goodman.
“I thought our passing was better tonight than it has been before, and that helped us get a smoother offense going,” said head coach Val Cornwell.
The Lancers started off the first game hot, obtaining a 9-2 lead before consecutive points from Villa Grove. The Blue Devils tried to get back into the contest and brought the deficit to four at 10-6. The advantage was stretched to six and when the score was 12-6, Coller came to serve for the Lancers.
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