Warren County Christian Schol's volleyball team began its new season on a winning note, defeating Tidioute Community Charter School, 25-19, 25-16 and 25-17, in straight sets on Tuesday at WCCS.
Kaitlin Weidner and Whitney Poindexter had four kills each for the Lady Lions (1-0). Jessica Lauffenburger added eight aces, while Allyssa Kerr had seven more. Lauffenburger and Kerr each recorded two kills.
"It was a great start; I was pleased with their playing," said WCCS coach Minika Kerr. "There's some copmmunication issues - but for the first game that's to be expected."
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Tidioute Charter’s Robbi Kitelinger sets up a ball for a teammate during a Tuesday volleyball match at Warren County Christian School. Kitelinger had two aces, but WCCS won the match in straight sets. See page B-1.
Tidioute Charter was led by Morgan Molek and Robbi Kitelinger, who recorded three and two aces, respectively. Anna Lindemuth added an ace and three kills.
Tidioute Charter (0-1) will host Youngsville on Thursday in a non-region match, while WCCS travels Friday to Meadville Calvary Baptist.
WCCS won, 25-6 and 25-14, in the junior varsity contest. Kelsey Kelley had 12 service points and six aces for WCCS.