Coach Penny Gunter and her Carmi-White County Lady Bulldogs wrapped up a busy week by playing the Eldorado Lady Eagles. The Lady Bulldogs wasted little time this night for they made it a clean sweep as each team won in two games.
The Varsity squad improved to 12-8 on the season as they dominated from start to finish against Eldorado claiming the 25-9, 25-9 victory.
Shaelyn Perkins topped all Lady Bulldogs with 16 points in the game with four via ace serves. Bre Swanberg followed closely with 15 points (1 ace) followed by Grace Dial three points (1 ace), Abby Vaughan two, Autumn Schneider one (1 ace).
Schneider was unstoppable at the net as she tallied 19 kills off of 26 good hits. She also directly stuffed her opponent four times. Others getting in on the hitting/tipping action were Vaughan 16 good (6 kills), Julia Smith nine (5 kills), Perkins five, and Dial two (1 kill).
Junior Varsity action was rather relaxing as well for the Lady Bulldogs as they won 25-18, 25-13 to improve to 9-4 on the season. Mayci Edwards was the leading scorer in this contest with seven points (2 aces) followed by Bre Swanberg six (1 ace), Mariah VanMatre six (1 ace), Emily Brown two (2 aces), Sydney Lucas two (2 aces), and Katelynn Miller two (2 aces).
The trio of Edwards, Swanberg, and VanMatre would top the hitting/tipping category with 12 good. Swanberg would also gather four kills while Edwards notched two and VanMatre one. Others with good hits/tips were Lucas 10 (6 kills), Kaylee Wagner seven (3 kills). VanMatre also recorded one direct block in the game.
The Freshmen team raised their overall record to 4-3 on the year along with 4 splits as they tallied the 25-16, 25-13 victory.
Leading the way for the Freshmen was Haleigh Williams with seven points (1 ace) followed by Karson Kays five, Nellani Sullivan five, Katelynn Miller four (2 aces), Alexis Switzer three (1 ace), and Marley Mallow two (2 aces).
Marley Mallow was the top hitter/tipper as she collected 10 good (5 kills). Others aiding in the action were Nellani Sullivan seven (3 kills), Katelynn Miller seven (3 kills), Alexis Switzer seven (2 kills), Karson Kays three (1 kill), and Haleigh Williams one. Miller added a direct block to her stats as well.