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No. 9 New London falls at No. 4 HTC

Sep 11, 2018
Photo by: Chris Faulkner/Ft. Madison Daily Democrat Addie Pry spikes the ball over to the Holy Trinity side in their SEISC South Division game on Monday night.

By Andy Krutsinger, Mt. Pleasant News


FT. MADISON — The ninth-ranked New London volleyball team hung tight against No. 4 Holy Trinity in two out of three matches on Monday night, but the Crusaders won all three, defeating the Tigers 25-13, 25-21 and 25-23.

Addie Pry and Kaylor Schulte, who have led the Tigers at the net all yaer, once again co-led the team in kills. Both hitters finished the game with seven. Sofie Reighard was third on the team with six kills.

Kristen Rohdy had a team-leading 23 assists in the loss, and also reached double digits in digs, with 14. Chloe Coleman’s 21 digs led the defense.

Alexa Wenger had the best serving day of anyone, going 12-13 with three aces. Schulte and Paris Wilka each had one ace.

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