The Osakis volleyball team overcame a slow start to win its second match of the season with a 3-1 win over Sebeka on Tuesday night.
The Silverstreaks held on for a 28-26 win in game one before falling 21-25 in the second. They rebounded from that and made sure they moved to 2-0 on the season with a 25-21 win in game three and a 25-20 victory in game four.
“We started slow but came around and played strong through the end,” head coach Kirsten Wessel said. “They are learning to play together better. When we communicate on the floor, we are unstoppable. We just have to learn to do that at all times.”
Whitney Lee and Alicia Wagner both controlled the back row with 20 digs apiece. Tricia Hetland also contributed with 11 digs. In the front, it was Wagner and Steph Massmann who led Osakis in kills with eight each. Kari Ludwig contributed six kills and seven blocks, while Kathleen Mork chipped in with five kills.
Osakis 3, Sebeka 1
OSAKIS LEADERS – Whitney Lee – 20 digs, 12/13 serving, 1 ace serve; Alicia Wagner – 20 digs, 14/14 serving, 2 ace serves, 8 kills; Tricia Hetland – 11 digs, 10/11 serving, 1 ace serve; Kari Ludwig – 7 blocks, 13/14 serving, 1 ace serve, 6 kills; Trishia Walsh, 3 blocks; Steph Massmann – 2 blocks, 8 kills; Kathleen Mork – 5 kills