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Chargers and Dragons too much for Raiders

September 27, 2013

Myah Holinka plays the net well as she attempts to place the spike away from her WWG opponent. 
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
Myah Holinka plays the net well as she attempts to place the spike away from her WWG opponent.
Courtney Tiesler makes the dive to attempt a save on the serve. 
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
Courtney Tiesler makes the dive to attempt a save on the serve.
Taylor Kenney and Ali VandenBosch go up for the block in the game against WWG. 
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
Taylor Kenney and Ali VandenBosch go up for the block in the game against WWG.
Dani Hermiling topped the charts in digs at the Tuesday night game against Adrian. 
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
Dani Hermiling topped the charts in digs at the Tuesday night game against Adrian.
by Sheila Crowley
The Westbrook-Walnut Grove, 8-6 overall and 2-2 in Red Rock Conference action, visited Fulda on Thursday evening.

Fulda was looking to notch a win in the books, however, on this night fell 3-0 to the visiting Chargers.

Fulda challenged their opposition in each contest, however stumbled in each game and couldn’t put together a full game to overcome the Charger offense.

Westbrook-Walnut Grove took an early lead in game 2 going up 13-8 before Fulda started inching their way back into the game.

Sophomore Ruth Cheadle stepped up to the serving line and tossed across 10 straight points to even the game at 17-17. She later dived to the floor for a couple of nice saves to put the ball back in Fulda’s court. With a line drive by WWG and a hit long by Fulda, the Chargers went ahead 21-18. The Raiders could only muster one more point before WWG finished off the game two at 25-19.

Game three found Fulda down right away. Bad passes, long balls, along with out of bounds serves, had the Raiders on their heels 3-14.

A tip by Courtney Tiesler put the ball back in Fulda’s court, but WWG quickly took back over and gained a 24-6 advantage before the Raiders had an opportunity back in their court.

A couple of ace serves by Myah Holinka along with a nice block by Ali Vandenbosch and Taylor Kenney helped advance Fulda’s score, 9-24. An out of bounds serve by Fulda gave the Chargers the winning point and contest win, 25-10.

Fulda hosts Southwest United on Thursday night.



Tuesday evening, Fulda traveled to Adrian, 3-5, overall on the season.

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