FREMONT – The volleyball team’s record dipped to 6-10 on the season Saturday following a three-set loss to Sylvania Northview.
The Wildcats had an athletic advantage and used it to take a 3-0 sweep, 14-25, 15-25, 17-25.
“We had a hard time keeping up with the speed of their offense at the net and in the back row,” coach Lindi Cahill said.
The Lady Giants were coming off a thrilling match Thursday against TRAC rival Whitmer, which the Panthers pulled out by a 3-1 score, 25-13, 25-22, 18-25, 25-18.
“We played a great match Thursday against Whitmer,” Cahill said. “Plus, we had an incredible atmosphere in the Purple Pit led by our student section. It was a really fun night.”
Kelsey Weickert played stellar. She led the way with 26 service receptions, 27 digs and 12 points. Madison Gallagher had seven kills and six blocks while Chloe Weiker had eight kills and two blocks.
Monday, the Lady Giants return to the Purple Pit to host Bowling Green in its Hit for Hope match. Proceeds from a basket raffle, donations and t-shirt sales will be presented to the United Way’s Sandusky County Cancer Fund where all funds help only Sandusky County families meet financial obligations while undergoing cancer treatments.