Carney Wolves down Norway in straight sets
CARNEY — The Carney-Nadeau Wolves won in three straight sets (25-1, 25-4, 25-9) over the Norway Knights Tuesday night in Carney.
“I thought we were serving very well tonight,” said Wolves coach Steve Kedsch. “We were moving the ball around the court with our serves and the girls had some nice floaters.”
Mary Sivula anchored the serving for the Wolves, setting a new school record of 19 aces to best teammate Malori Baumler’s mark of 18 set last year.
Samantha Kedsch — who also had five aces — led the team in assists with 13 while Baumler and Mariska Laurila had four kills each. Mackenzie Walcher had three digs and Amber Wiese had two.
Haley DeGrave also had a good night from the service line with four aces.
Coach Kedsch — who noted the youthful Norway’s team potential for growth in the coming years — also noted the job his team did defensively.
The Wolves will play a makeup match tonight in Carney against the Superior Central Cougars.