10/4/2013 10:08:00 AM Bombers beat Goodhue in four
by Mike Dalton
The CFHS volleyball team had its best passing game of the season Tuesday, Sept. 24, when it beat Goodhue in four sets. Scores were 25-21, 20-25, 25-23, 25-19.
Cannon passed 2.02 on a 3.0 scale and had 11 ace blocks. "Our setters moved the ball around very well, getting every hitter involved in the action," coach Melissa Huseth said. "It was an intense match against a very good team. Our girls picked up their defense and played with a lot of heart."
Statistical leaders were: digs - Becca Vandenheuvel 36, Caroline Bowen 21, Sami Cromer 18, Hailey Huseth 15; blocks - Katie Noble six ace blocks, Mada Hofstedt three ace blocks, Carly Broze two ace blocks; kills - Huseth nine, Noble seven, Broze six; assists - Huseth 16, Lydia Franken 15; and ace serves - Franken two, Bowen and Anna Nelson one.
The Bomber lost in three to Stewartville Thursday. Scores were 14-25, 11-25, 11-25.
"Stewartville played extremely well," Huseth said. "We had 14 reception errors an 1.2 passing; they kept us out of our offense, and they outplayed us on defense. They are a great team, but not unbeatable."
Hofstedt and Huseth had five kills each, and Broze and Leah Meyers had three each. Franken led with 11 assists, and Huseth added five. Vandenheuvel had 22 digs, Bowen eight, and Hofstedt had two ace blocks.
Cannon hosted Triton Tuesday, and they go to Lake City Thursday. They host their annual invitational tournament on Saturday, then entertain Lourdes on Tuesday, Oct. 8.