December 01st, 2023

sccc volleyball at netSeward’s Marcelina Pyka sends a shot over the hands of a Colby defender Wednesday in the Greenhouse. Seward rallied from being down 2-1 to win the final two sets for a 3-2 win. L&T photo/Earl WattEARL WATT • Leader & Times


The Lady Saints were tested Wednesday by the Colby Lady Trojans, and they passed with a 3-2 win.

The Lady Saints established a four-point lead midway through the first set and was able to maintain the lead the rest of the way to take a 25-20 win.

But the Lady Saints faltered in the second set while Colby dominated, and the set was tied after a 25-10 Lady Trojan win.

Seward appeared to be back in control in the third set with a 24-20 lead, but the Lady Trojans rallied with six straight points to knock off Seward 26-24.

The fourth set was a battle back and forth, and Colby had a chance to win the game and the match before the Lady Saints finished with three consecutive points for a 26-24 win to tie the match 2-2.

Seward dominated the final set for the win, 15-7.

Kaela Wilson led the Lady Saints with 15 kills, and Dora Filipovic had 13.

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