Sheffield's volleyball team finished on a good note on Monday, sweeping an improving Eisenhower team, 26-24, 25-19, 25-23, at Sheffield High School.
If Sheffield head coach Traci Vile was emotional after her team's second win of the season, it would have been hard to tell since she was under the weather.
But it was the last time she will coach her daughter, Hannah, in high school as the senior standout was one of three Wolverines who will be lost two graduation.
Times Observer photo by Ben Oviatt
Back at ya
Eisenhower sophomore Aysia Peters sets up for the Lady Knights during a junior varsity volleyball match vs. Sheffield to end the season on Monday.
Hannah Vile played "a heck of a game," said her mother and coach, Traci.
Hannah finished with 12 service points, 19 assists and five blocks, senior teammate Abby Labesky four kills and eight points, and senior Erin Fry played well defensively to finish her career.
Underclassman Brandi Rockwell had eight kills in the win for Sheffield (2-14).
Jenna Jordan had a strong night for Ike with 19 service points and four aces, Cassidy Edwards added 13 service points, two aces and eight digs and Alyssa Peterson finished with six kills and 12 blocks.
Eisenhower finishes the season at 4-13.
"Obviously we would've liked to have had more wins, but the girls did what they could do and played very well against some great competition," said Ike coach Tina Edwards. "I'm happy with the wins we were able to get and am looking forward to next season."
Rachel Maines had nine points and Morgan Leichtenberger seven in Sheffield's 15-25, 25-21 and 9-15 junior varsity loss to Ike.