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CHS Volleyball sweeps Merrillville in 3 games

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The Chesterton volleyball team improved to 10-3 overall and 4-2 in Duneland Athletic Conference play with a 25-17, 25-15, 25-12 victory at Merrillville on Tuesday.

Offensively, Katie Urycki led the way with eight kills, while Emily Nix and Shelby Ruffner each added seven kills. Jessica Urycki tallied five kills in the win and Ali Ostrom had three.

Jennifer Williams dished out a team-best 27 assists.

Defensively, Katie Urycki had a team-high 11 digs as Williams added six digs. Nix and Jordyn Moleski each tallied five digs in the victory.

At the net, Ruffner recorded five block kills and Jessica Urycki had four block kills.

Chesterton 25-25-25, Merrillville 17-15-12


Chesterton -- Jennifer Williams 27 assists, 6 digs; Katie Urycki 8 kills, 11 digs; Sara Tarnowski 3 digs; Emily Nix 7 kills, 5 digs; Jordyn Moleski 5 digs; Jessica Urycki 5 kills, 4 block kills; Shelby Ruffner 7 kills, 5 block kills; Ali Ostrom 3 kills, 2 block kills.

Record: Chesterton 10-3 (4-2 DAC).

Junior Varsity

Chesterton 25-25,

Merrillville 7-10

The Chesterton junior varsity had little trouble in picking up a 25-7, 25-10 win over Merrillville.

Offensively, Aubrey Nagdeman had a team-high three kills with Whitney Schreiber, Kaitlin Kuypers and Shelby Snyder all tallying two kills in the victory.

Nagdeman led the charge from the service line with seven aces and had a team-best three digs.


Chesterton 25-25,

Merillville 16-19

The Chesterton freshman team improved to 5-4 on the year with a 25-16, 25-19 win over Merrillville.

Offensively, Elena Azcona, Olivia Sech and Taylor Rodriguez all had one kills.

From the service line, Samantha Broering led the way with seven aces, while Azcona had three aces. Alaina Kogler, Sech and Lyndsey McNamara all had two aces.


Posted 9/12/2012