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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 10/10/12
RMS volleyball results . . .The Romeo Middle School volleyball teams beat Iroquois on Monday, Oct. 1.
The seventh grade team brought their record to 2-1 with a 25-15, 25-3, 25-12 win. Lindsay Weber led in serving and attacks, with 13 points and 11 aces and three attacks with two kills. Allie Weber added 11 points with three aces and was 100 percent serving. Jessica Roland contributed 10 points with six aces. She had one attack and was 100 percent in passing. Madison Rosiek earned six points with five aces and one attack. Megan Bieganski, Amber Flinn, Olivia Hemstrom, Kayla Kieleszewski, Macy Manchester and Madison Von Hittmayer were all 100 percent serving.
The eighth grade team won 25-9, 25-16, 25-13 to bring their record to 3-0. Jodie Kelly had 16 points with six aces, 12 attacks and two kills with a few digs. Maddy Jones had 11 points and four aces, Hannah Yestrepsky had eight points and two aces and Joelle Pfeil had eight points and two aces. Pfeil also added six attacks and Jones had four attacks with three kills. Molly Ames had three attacks with a kill and played great defense. Rebecca Daigle, Jessika Drobek and Amanda Hall had a strong defensive night.
The teams beat L'Anse Creuse North on Thursday, Sept. 27.
The eighth grade brought their record to 2-0 with a 25-14, 25-11, 25-8 win.
Alyvia Anaple and Samantha Bartolotta each served for 10 points with two aces each. Anaple also played well on defense. Jones led in attacks with 11, and five kills. Daigle and Hall played great defensively.
The seventh grade team saw a 25-9, 25-20, 25-15 win.
Kieleszewski was at 100 percent in passing and serving for the night. She contributed 10 points with seven aces. Hemstrom had several digs, which helped the team pull out a win in the second match. She added five points with two aces. Flinn and Weber were 100 percent in serving. Marissa Onesi added one point, had two attacks and passed well. Bieganski led with six attacks with two kills. She provided 10 points with two aces.
The seventh grade team lost to Anchor Bay South, 11-25, 25-8, 22-25, on Monday, Sept. 24.
Weber had 14 points with six aces and two attacks. Roland contributed 10 points with six aces. Weber added three points. Bieganski had two points with two attacks. Flinn, Gabby Ames and Kieleszewski were all 100 percent serving for the night.
The eighth grade team beat Anchor Bay South 25-21, 25-22, 25-2. Kelly had six aces, 10 attacks and three kills. Jones added seven attacks with two kills. Daigle served a game-winning ace in game 2. Drobek served 14 straight points with eight aces to win game 3. Ames played solid on defense.
On Saturday, Sept. 22, the teams competed in the Warren Woods Middle School Volleyball Tournament.
The seventh grade team came in second. Weber led in passing and had 41 serves in and only missed two. She contributed 18 attacks with six kills. Weber played well all around, providing the team with 22 points (12 being aces). She had four attacks with one kill. Roland added 11 points with two aces and had 18 attacks with six kills. Flinn played excellent defense and Kieleszewski was 100 percent serving for the day.
The eighth grade team took first place.
Kelly had 18 service points, 17 attacks and eight kills. Jones added 10 service points, 20 attacks and nine kills. Bartolotta served solid and Pfeil and Ames were outstanding on defense.