Freddies no match for Knights in volleyball

By Chad Clinger - [email protected]

FREDERICKTOWN — The Northmor Knights volleyball squad traveled to Fredericktown on Tuesday to meet up with the Freddies in their final regular-season tune up. The night ended with a straight set win for Northmor 25-18, 25-12, 25-21. With this victory, the Knights are now an impressive 16-5 overall and 10-4 in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Blue Division.

As is the norm, the serving game for Northmor was the driving force in their 16th victory. Anna Donner was perfect from the line, going 22/22 serving while recording eight aces. Jordyn Zoll had a major contribution at 14/14 serving and snagging four more aces for the Knights. Cristianna Boggs joined in on the serving brigade, going a perfect 12/12 and notching an ace.

The attack game for Northmor was lead by the ever busy Donner as well. Donner was 25/27 at the net and had 12 kills. Caitlin Thebeault added five kills and Hope Miracle was 10/10 on the attack while contributing four kills. Zoll was the main ball handler for coach Kara Wright. Zoll was 65/69 ball handling with 18 assists and Thebeault added another nine assists.

Many of the same names were busy on the defensive side of the net as well. Donner had herself 18 digs on the night and added two blocks at the net to add to her impressive stat line. Boggs recorded 12 digs off of the Fredericktown attack. Other defensive standouts for the match were Lindsey Wiseman, Chloe Meier and Rayanna Loyer. Wiseman came up with 20 big digs for the Knights and Meier added seven more. Loyer had three bloacks at the net to stunt the Freddies’ attack game.

Northmor will host the Galion Tigers tonight in the MOAC Crossover event before beginning sectionals play next week against Worthington Christian.

By Chad Clinger

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Find Chad on Twitter @GalionSportsGuy

Reach Chad at 419-468-1117 x2048

Find Chad on Twitter @GalionSportsGuy

Reach Chad at 419-468-1117 x2048

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