(1) COUNTRY DAY 3, (9) SACRED HEART-GC 0

at Pontchartrain Heart, Thursday (Nov. 8), Division V quarterfinals match

HOW THE GAME WAS WON: Three KEY MOMENTS

  • Nation Day wasted little time asserting its dominance constructing a 14-Three lead within the opening set. Alex Smith, Kelsey Dinvaut and Kaci Chairs all acquired in on the motion with kills, blocks and aces, respectively, throughout the early run and the Cajuns did not see a lot resistance en path to a 25-9 win to start out the match.
  • Nation Day continued its superior play within the second set scoring 9 of the sport’s first 12 factors. Sacred Coronary heart-GC was in a position to piece collectively a little bit of a run this time, although, and reduce the rating to 11-7 pretty early within the set. Nation Day discovered its footing once more, nonetheless, chopping out pointless errors and pushed its result in 20-12 after a kill by Smith. The Cajuns ended up scoring the final eight factors of the sport to take the second set 25-12.
  • Sacred Coronary heart-GC was in a position to hand round early within the ultimate set trailing 6-5 however the Cajuns then went on a 6-point run capped off by a block by Chairs. They constructed their lead as excessive as 19-9 on a block by Dinvaut and closed out the match with a 25-13 win to ship themselves to the Division V semifinals. 
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PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Kaci Chairs, Nation Day

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Nation Day’s Kaci Chairs was constant from begin to end in basically each side of the sport. The junior accounted for essentially the most factors within the match with 11 kills and a couple of.5 blocks whereas serving up a match-high two aces. She additionally tied for the workforce lead in digs with seven and made few errors alongside the way in which each offensively and defensively.

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Information: Sacred Coronary heart-GC, 20-18; Nation Day, 39-5

SCORE BY SET

Sacred Coronary heart | 9 | 12 | 13 – 0

Nation Day | 25 | 25 | 25 – 3

NEXT UP: Nation Day will tackle fourth-seeded Lafayette Christian within the semifinals on Friday at 10 a.m. within the Ponchartrain Heart.

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Josh Preston will be reached at [email protected] or 504.220.3264. Observe him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/JPrestonSports

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