Lady Tigers thump Leola-Frederick

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By Jay Davis

The Lady Tigers tuned up for the postseason by beating Leola-Frederick 3-0 in Leola on Thursday.
The match was never in question as the Lady Tigers ran away 25-12, 25-15, 25-18.
“The girls really came together,” said coach Keri Bolduan. “They stayed up more than they have all season. When Leola-Frederick scored a couple points in a row, the girls did not compound things by letting them go on a run.”
The Lady Tigers controlled net play and held a huge 34-9 edge in kills. Kady Pinney led the way with an 18 of 19, 11-kill night. Ariel Bieber had eight kills on 13 of 14 hitting and Ellie Rabenberg had six kills on 15 of 18 hitting. Callie Slater spread the ball around with 27 assists on 77 of 77 setting and led the serving with a 27 of 27, four-ace performance. Maranda Wagner led the defense with 18 digs.
Leola-Frederick did have some success serving with nine aces. Taylor Kindelspire had three aces and Peyton Podoll had two. No Titan could muster more than two kills. Mackenzie Heilman led the defense with four blocks and seven digs.

Mobridge-Pollock (20-6)            25 25 25
Leola-Frederick (5-23)               12 15 18
Mobridge-Pollock: Serving 64-69, 6 aces (Callie Slater 27-27-4, Maranda Wagner 8-8-1, Kady Pinney 8-10-1); Setting 90-90, 28 assists (Slater 77-77-27, Aundrea Kramer 13-13-1); Hitting 64-71, 34 kills (Pinney 18-19-11, Ariel Bieber 13-14-8, Ellie Rabenberg 15-18-6); Blocks 3; Digs 50 (Wagner 18).
Leola-Frederick: Serving 47-51, 9 aces (Taylor Kindelspire 10-10-3, Peyton Podoll 11-12-2, Elizabeth Grabowska 9-9-1); Setting 74-77, 6 assists (Podoll 36-36-4, Kindelspire 35-36-2); Hitting 59-73, 9 kills (Sara Davis 15-20-2, Mackenzie Heilman 14-17-2); Blocks 10 (Heilman 4, Alison Feickert 2.5); Digs 28 (Heilman 7).
JV Match: Leola-Frederick 24-26, 25-20, 15-10. C Match: Mobridge-Pollock 25-12, 25-13.

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