ORIGINALLY WRITTEN ERICA FAST
Tabor volleyball continued their dominating streak last Thursday when they took care of the Sterling College Warriors in three quick games.
“This is probably the first game where the girls have just played a solid match the whole evening, in all areas,” said coach Amy Ratzlaff. “In defense, in offense, in serving, everything just came together for them.”
The Bluejays won the three games 30-17, 30-14, and 30-26.
Leading in kills were Tesha Werth with 10, Laura Campbell had seven and Angela Kroeker had six. Adri Friesen and Werth each had four blocks for the night. Carmen Hein contributed 10 digs while Werth led with 18. Sara Haggard had four aces.
“We played tough offense,” said Ratzlaff. “Our back row was so scrappy they just couldn’t get anything down on us.”
Ratzlaff also commented that her team played one of the most balanced offenses they’ve played in a while.
“All the hitters were getting lots of good balls, instead of relying on certain people.”
Tuesday’s match against Saint Mary’s was canceled due to the events in New York City.
Monday Tabor traveled to Wichita to take on Newman University. They’re scheduled for conference competition Wednesday night in Lindsborg to take on Bethany College. Saturday they face Central Christian College away.