Girls freshman volleyball trounces Greenville 2-0


Leaving no question whose home court it was last night, the girls freshman volleyball team defeated Greenville in just two sets. Incorporating copious numbers of offensive plays, FHC’s offense led to the domination over the Yellow Jackets. 

Offensively in the first set for the Rangers, Ally Werkema elevated her play by utilizing a variety of skills. Her variations of jumping and setting established the middles Maya Holser and Ellie Latunski. Defensively, Addy Scholtens kept the Yellow Jackets off the scoreboard by not allowing anything to hit the ground. The Rangers won the first set 25-18.

In the second set, Jaida Coller and Cadence Anguiano served as crucial serving subs, which extended the lead for FHC. Mixing in sharp crossing in her attacking, Ava Redmond had a couple series. Executing a similar strategy as last weekend, different players excelled in various positions prompting the Rangers’ success. Changing it up, Brooke Kushak set, which fed Ally Werkema on the right side. FHC swept Greenville with a 25-16 victory in the second set. 

“Overall a great win for us, it propelled us even further in our offensive game,” head coach Bri Tilton said. 

The Rangers are on the road next Thursday, October 10th against Mona Shores.