The Hancock Bulldogs volleyball staff bounced again from their first lack of the season with a three-set victory over the Greenback Bay-Tamarack Metropolis Blue Bolts. They received the match 25-18, 25-15, and 25-9, bettering their document to 12-1. After analyzing their loss to Calumet, the Bulldogs targeted on bettering their serving and protection, which paid off on this match.
Starting the match with robust serving, Hancock made the Blue Bolts work laborious for his or her factors. The primary set was the closest of the match, however Greenback Bay-Tamarack Metropolis nonetheless fell brief. Within the second set, the groups remained tied at numerous factors till the Bulldogs took the lead with the serving of senior Lana Aho. They in the end received the set by 10 factors.
Within the third set, senior Ella Storm took management on the service line, extending her staff’s lead from 3-2 to 12-3. Storm, together with Brooke Koskela, led the staff with their performances. Storm had eight aces and confirmed nice agility in retrieving balls, whereas Koskela recorded a formidable 12 kills. Their coach praised their robust performances.
Regardless of a late run of three factors by Violet Storm of the Blue Bolts, the Bulldogs maintained their dominance, ending the set with a rating of 25-9. Wanting forward, the Bulldogs will face the Wykons in West Iron County on Tuesday and Iron Mountain at house on Thursday. The Blue Bolts will host the Lake Linden-Hubbell Lakes on Tuesday and journey to Baraga to play in opposition to the Vikings on Friday.