LAWTON — Constantine’s volleyball team earned a 25-20, 28-26, 25-20 Southwestern Athletic Conference win at Lawton Tuesday.
“These kids have matured so immensely over this season,” said Constantine coach Niki Tulley. “They’ve had a lot of little challenges thrown at them, and they have learned to persevere. It’s so fun to watch them just play hard, and with confidence.
“Lawton was a scrappy team with some tough servers that took us out of our tempo at times, but the girls kept their composure and played with a lot of fight. We had a great defensive game with some great volleys.”
Paulina Diaz had 14 kills, one block and eight digs for Constantine. Makenzi Dobosiewicz added one ace, four kills, two blocks, one assist and 33 digs. Raigan Dumm added three aces, one kill, 34 assists and 11 digs. Hannah Ley tossed in eight kills, two assists and 14 digs. Cassie McNamara had two kills and three digs. Madi Platz had two aces and nine digs. Macey Tulley ended the night with two aces, nine kills, one assist and 13 digs.
Centreville sweeps Marcellus
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville volleyball team swept visiting Marcellus 25-9, 25-17, 25-23 Tuesday.
“They played well tonight and continue to make adjustments and we find ways every day to make ourselves better,” said Centreville coach Melissa Gales.
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