Youngsville sweeps Commodore Perry
YOUNGSVILLE — Mia Rafalski and Molly Helman each had six kills Monday as Youngsville beat Commodore Perry 25-17, 25-23, 25-14 in nonleague girls volleyball.
“Everyone seems to be stepping up when need be. It’s not always the same person,” Youngsville head coach Hannah Bulard said. “Freshman Mandie Irvine came in the end of the third set and played amazing at the net getting four kills right away. She is going to be a special player in the future and I’m excited for it.”
The Eagles were down in the second set and rallied back to run away with it. To go along with her kills, Rafalski finished with four aces and four digs. Kenzie Olewine had 18 digs; Dilyn Moore had 10 assists and four aces; and Olivia Darling had four kills.
“Tonight was fun. We switched some things up and it seemed that everyone was enjoying themselves. It was great to finally get another win,” Bulard said. “We have a busy couple of weeks left and I would love for these girls to get a few more wins. They deserve it.”
The Eagles finished with 19 aces on the night, equaling nearly an entire set.
“I also never seem to give our setter Dilyn Moore much credit,” Bulard added. “She does everything I ask of her and gets the ball dispersed well when she can.”
Commodore Perry won the jayvee match 25-22, 26-24.