Knights challenge Wolves
GRAETTINGER – After taking game one 25-16 and leading midway through the second game, Graettinger/Terril looked well on its way to upsetting Harris-Lake Park.
But the Wolves were apparently lying in the tall grass as they jumped ahead to win game two 25-20 and then took the next two games 25-16, 25-20 for the 3-1 win.
“We’ve come a long way singe the beginning of the year and showed how compettiive we can be against at talented team like Harris-Lake Park,” said G/T co-coach Jeff Sansgaard.
The Knights’ attack was balanced in the loss.
Dakota Hovinga had eight kills, 15 digs and 11 serves witha pair of aces.
Nikki Brown had seven kills and Tasha Neislon had six kills, 15 digs and 20 serves with seven aces. She also had apair of blocks.
Lindsay Flaharty had 16 set assists with two blocks.
Morgean Mortenson contributed nine digs and had 19 serves with two aces.
G/T is at the Ruthven-Ayrshire Tournament in Ruthven on Saturday.