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Senior Night tonight will draw regular season to close


October 24, 2019

Loyal Baker

Dayton-Waitsburg's Kirsten Miller successfully digs a shot from Walla Walla Valley Academy in action from Tuesday's match. The first-place Lady Knights took the match in three sets.

aitsburg's volleyball team stands in seventh place as the 2019 season winds down with tonight's final regular-season match against White Swan. The action starts with junior varsity at 5 p.m. followed by Senior Night ceremonies prior to the varsity match at 6 p.m.

Dayton-Waitsburg is 2-5 in Eastern Washington Athletic Conference play trailing Lyle-Wishram, Columbia, Kittitas-Thorp, Mabton, Tri-Cities Prep and the league-leading Walla Walla Valley Lady Knights with an unblemished 7-0 league record.

The Lady D-Dubs faced the number one Lady Knights last Tuesday evening and dropped the match 3-0.

Leading the attack for Dayton-Waitsburg was Sadie Seney with nine kills and one block.

Boosting the defense was Kirsten Miller with seven digs, with Amy Farley notching six and Trinity Abel making five.

Teagen Larsen was the assist leader with seven, with Mackena Culley making five.

Kills: Kirsten Miller 3, Sadie Seney 9, Amy Farley 3, Claudia Benavides 1, Teagen Larsen 2.

Assists: Mackena Culley 5, Megan Forney 2, Teagen Larsen 7.

Digs: Kirsten Miller 7, Sadie Seney 1. Megan Forney 1, Amy Farley 6, Claudia Benavides 2, Elise Steinhoff 3, Teagen Larsen 1, Trinity Abel 5.

Blocks: Sadie Seney 1, Amy Farley 1.

The second Homecoming-week match pitted DW against Columbia last Thursday, with the Lady Coyotes coming back from a first-set loss to hand the Lady D-Dubs a 3-1 loss.

Loyal Baker

Dayton-Waitsburg server Megan Forney concentrates on a serve in the match against Walla Walla Valley Academy on October 22.

Dayton-Waitsburg took that first set by a score of 25-17, but then fell behind in the second set, losing 25-18, 25-13 and 15-9 in the final set.

Amy Farley was in the zone with 10 kills and defensively, was a standout with four blocks.

Kailyn Lewis was tough on defense with 13 digs, and a trio of players each had 10 digs, Elise Steinhoff, Kirsten Miller and Sadie Seney. Trinity Abel made nine digs.

Kills: Lewis 1, Miller 2, Culley 3, Farley 10, Seney 2.

Serving Aces: Lewis 1, Larsen 2, Miller 1, Benavides 1, Seney 3.

100% Serving: Larsen, Laughery.

Blocks: Miller 1, Farley 4, Seney 2.

Digs: Lewis 13, Slack 1, Larsen 4, Steinhoff 10, Forney 2, Miller 10, Culley 4, Laughery 2, Benavides 4, Farley 5, Seney 10, Abel 9.

Assists: Culley 4.

Serve Receive: Lewis 10, slack 2, Larsen 2, Steinhoff 10, Forney 1, Miller 2, Culley 3, Benavides 6, Abel 7.


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