The UW-Washington County volleyball team wrapped up its regular season with a win over UW-Sheboygan in a non-conference match, 25 – 20, 25-14, 25-12.
“This was a great way to finish out the regular season with each player being part of the victory,” said head coach Deb Butschlick. “We were able to run our fast offense but the team still needs to work on serving consistency.”
Team serving percentage was 88%and Butschlick said it needs to “work up to at least 95%.”
Courtney Peters led the way with 9 kills and 4 digs, Amanda Ross added 5 kills, Marisa Moser had 9 digs and 3 ace serves.
Atira Boyce had 22 assists for kills and 2 ace serves. Micaela Millard had 4 kills, 4 digs, and 7 ace serves, Kira Johnson had 8 digs, Savannah Jenz had 5 kills, Emma Malom had 4 digs and 1 ace serve, Amber Herbst had 4 kills and 6 digs, Jessyca Koch had 2 ace serves, 1 kills and 1 digs. Kaytie Lightnizer had 4 digs and 1 ace serve.
The team finished the season 5 – 1 in the WCC Eastern Division and 13 – 1 overall. This weekend the Wildcats will play for the WCC State championship in Wisconsin Dells.