SULLY — Lynnville-Sully’s Hawks captured a South Iowa Cedar League win at home Monday against Montezuma. The Hawks won 18-25, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23, 15-6.
“We started playing our game close to the end of the first set,” said Heather James, Hawk head coach “We missed more serves than we like to, which would have made a difference in the score. Our girls played very scrappy and with a lot of heart. That makes up for it all.”
Cassie Cullen pounded down 23 kills for the match. Lysandra James delivered seven kills at the net followed by Taylor Vander Leest with three kills, and Jade Van Rees with two kills. Van Rees had 27 set assists.
Leading the Hawks at the service line, was James with nine ace serves. Kristal Beyer went 11-of-11 serving with three aces. Cullen, Van Reese and Vander Leest each had three ace serves.
Van Rees and Cullen each came up with 11 digs. Vander Leest had eight dig, and James had four digs.
The Lynnville-Sully junior varsity won 22-25, 25-13, 15-11. Brenna Lanser had nine kills, two ace serves, and 14 digs. Jelissa Rozendaal put up 14 set assists, served four aces and had 11 digs.
Marissa Vos had three kills, was 7-of-7 serving with one ace, and had four digs. Shelby Foster had two kills, went 6-of-6 serving, and had one dig. Riley Rockwell had four aces, going 15-of-16 at the service line, plus had nine digs.
The freshman-sophomore match went to the Hawks as well, 21-9, 21-13. Jelissa Rozendaal had three kills, six assists, four ace serves and one dig. Makenzy Rozendaal was 12-of-13 serving with eight aces, and had one kill. Naomi Shinkle had two kills, four ace serves and three digs.