With the 2020 season hitting the midway mark, the West Central Trojan volleyball team notched a big road victory on Monday, September 29th. West Central defeated the Sioux Valley Cossacks in a four-set match.
The Trojans were able to take the first set of the match after a run midway through. Leading 13-10, the Trojans extended the lead to 21-13 and took the set 25-17.
The second sent went back and forth as neither team was able to get more than a four point advantage. Sioux Valley led 22-19, but the Trojans were able to tie the score at 22-22. The Cossacks were at set point leading 24-23, but West Central scored the next three points for the 26-24 win.
After the third set was tied 5-5, Sioux Valley was able to get on a run and went ahead by double digits at 21-11 before taking the third set 25-14 to avoid the straight-set sweep.
The Trojans bounced back in the fourth set after it was tied early. The two teams were locked at 6-6 before West Central locked down Sioux Valley and held them to just seven more points. The Trojans took the set, and the match, with a 25-13 victory.
Cassidy Siemonsma led the team with 11 kills on the night. Aubree Miller finished with eight kills, and Grace Harden had seven kills. McKenna Sichmeller had three ace serves. Brooke Opitz had 28 set assists. Siemonsma also had a team-high 18 digs on the night. Taylor Kunzweiler had 14 digs, and Opitz added 10 digs.