The Chesterton volleyball improved to 4-3 on the year and 2-2 in Duneland
Athletic Conference play with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-18 win over Portage on
Offensively, Katie Urycki and Shelby Ruffner led the way with nine kills
each. Ali Ostrom tallied six kills and Jennifer Williams contributed five
kills. Emily Nix added three kills.
Ariane Mahaffey dished out a team-best 19 assists with Williams collecting
Defensively, Mahaffey had 10 digs to lead the team with Williams, Sara
Tarnowski and Emily Marcus adding nine digs each.
At the net, Ostrom led the way with five block kills and Williams added
three. Urycki and Ruffner each had two service aces.
25-25-25, Portage 14-16-18
Chesterton -- Jennifer Williams 5 kills, 13 assists, 9 digs, 3 block kills;
Katie Urycki 9 kills, 2 aces, 3 digs; Sara Tarnowski 9 digs; Emily Marcus 9
digs; Emily Nix 3 kills; Shelby Ruffner 9 kills, 2 aces, 3 digs; Ariane
Mahaffey 19 assists, 9 digs; Ali Ostrom 6 kills, 5 block kills.
Portage -- Manah Wright 6 kills; Alyssa Ronk 8 digs; Abby Alexander 10 digs.
Records: Chesterton 4-3 (2-2 DAC), Portage 5-8 (0-4 DAC).
The Chesterton junior varsity dropped a 25-19, 19-25, 15-11 decision to
Portage on Tuesday.
Offensively, Shelby Snyder and Aubrey Nagdeman each had three kills. Whitney
Schreiber, Kaitlin Kuypers and Lia Lombardini all had two kills.
Snyder dished out a team-best six assists and Nagdeman recorded five
Defensively, Allie Sink had 15 digs, with Emily Parkerson and Ashley
Hecimovich getting six digs each. Nagdeman and Samantha Stueber each had
Abby Moon and Stueber each recorded a block kill.
The Chesterton freshman team lost 25-14, 25-17 to Portage on Tuesday.
Offensively, Olivia Sech and Taylor Rodriguez each had a kill. Katelyn Woods
dished out two assists.
Taylor Eaton had a team-best 14 digs with Caitlyn Toth and Alaina Kogler
tallying nine digs each. Elena Azcona and Sech recorded eight digs.