ST. PAUL The Crest volleyball team continued its early season hot streak Tuesday night at St. Paul.
The Lady Lancers walked away with three hard-fought three-set wins, moving their overall record this season to 7-4.
It was a very intense night of volleyball and we scrapped and fought in every match, head coach Abby Hermreck said. We will continue to work on our mental toughness and move forward.
Crest beat Southern Coffey County 20-25, 25-20 and 25-22.
Senior Regan Godderz had 16 points with two aces and a 100 percent serving clip for the match.
Senior Cassie Bowen had two aces, eight kills and three blocks and senior Camryn Strickler had a team-high 12 digs to go along with two blocks and eight kills. Sophomore Aubree Holloran led the Lady Lancers with nine kills.
The Lady Lancers then beat Pleasanton 21-25, 25-21 and 27-25.
Freshmen Lindsey Godderz and Anna Hermreck each had phenomenal serving, each going 100 percent on five and 10 attempts, respectively. Both Godderz and Hermreck recorded an ace.
As freshmen, they are building confidence thanks to the upperclassmen and their leadership and encouragement, Coach Hermreck said.
Strickler led the way with seven kills and three blocks with Bowen right behind with six kills. Senior Breyanna Benjamin led in passing.
Crest wrapped things up with the host Lady Indians, winning 25-17, 23-25 and 25-18.
Bowen led the way with 11 kills and seven digs followed by nine kills and six digs for Strickler and eight kills for Godderz.
Strickler also had five aces followed by three for sophomore Aubree Holloran and one for Armstrong.
The Lady Lancers will try to keep their momentum going today at Northeast-Arma.