Lady Pirates win 3 league matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 3 league matches last week to start their regular season.
On Tuesday, Aug. 31 they swept Lapwai 25-22, 25-12, 25-18 at Cottonwood. On Thursday, Sept. 2, they hosted a tri-match and swept Clearwater Valley 25-15, 25-12, 25-16. They then beat Kamiah, dropping the first set then winning the next 3, 17-25, 25-13, 25-14, 25-15.
Vs. LapwaiPrairie played their home opener against Lapwai and it was also their league opener.
Lapwai scored first to open the match but Priarie answered with 5 straight points to take the lead. Tara Schlader scored the sideout kill then Delanie Lockett served 4 straight. She had 2 aces and Trinity Martinez and Schlader each added a kill.
Lapwai managed to cut the lead to 1 at 10-9 and it was close from then on.
Lapwai took back the lead at 19-20 after scoring 5 straight points.
Prairie tied it on a kill by Laney Forsmann but Lapwai then scored 2 straight for a 20-22 lead. A kill each by Schlader and Alli Geis tied it at 22 then Kristin Wemhoff served 3 straight aces to give Prairie the win.
Lapwai never led in the second game but kept it close until Prairie broke it open with a 7-1 run. Martinez scored a sideout kill then Schlader served 3 straight points. She had an ace with Martinez and Josie Remacle each adding a kill. After a sideout, Remacle got a sideout kill and Ali Rehder served 2 aces to make it 12-4.
Lockett later had a 3-point service run that made it 20-7 as she had an ace while Martinez scored a kill and Geis a block. The scoring was even the rest of the game as Prairie won by 13.
Lapwai matched their biggest lead of the night with a 0-2 start to the third game. They then bricked a serve and Prairie tied it with an ace by Lockett.
Prairie took their first lead of the game on an ace by Forsmann.
After Lapwai tied it at 4-4, Prairie took the lead for good on a kill by Remacle. Schlader followed with 2 aces and Martinez added a kill for an 8-4 lead.
Lapwai several times got back within 2 points but Prairie broke it open after Schlader scored a sideout kill to make it 17-13. Schlader then served 4 straight points to make it 21-13. Remacle had 2 kills while Martinez and Wemhoff each added 1.
Prairie held on to win by 7 and take the match with Olivia Klapprich serving up an ace to end it.
For the match Martinez had 10 kills. Schlader had 9 kills including a block plus 19 assists and 4 aces. Remacle had 8 kills. Wemhoff had 6 kills, 20 assists and 3 aces. Lockett had 5 kills and 6 aces. Forsmann had 4 kills and an ace. Geis had 4 kills including a block. Klapprich had 1 kill, 1 assist and 3 aces. Mackenzie Key had 1 assist.
The JV team also swept Lapwai 25-22, 25-15, 15-12.
Lapwai played Prairie tough in the opening game and although Prairie never trailed, they never led by more than 5 points.
Isabella Walsh served Prairie to a 3-0 lead to start the match with 2 aces plus a block by Taylor Riener.
Prairie led 7-3 and 8-4 before Lapwai rallied to tie the game at 8-8. Lapwai tied it again at 9 and 10 and then again at 14 before Ember Martin scored a kill to put Prairie ahead for good.
Martin then went to the service line and served 4 straight points, two on aces and the other two on kills by Riley Enneking for a 19-14 lead.
Prairie lead by 5 again at 20-15, 21-16 and 22-17 before Lapwai rallied back within 1 at 22-21.
After a Prairie timeout the Pirates scored a sideout and then got a kill from Lexi Schumacher to get to game point.
After a Lapwai sideout, Julia Rehder scored a kill for the game-winning point.
In the second game Tamden Pecarovich scored a kill to open the game and Kaylie Lockett followed with a kill to make it 2-0.
After Lapwai got within 1 at 3-2, it was pretty much all Prairie the rest of the game.
Riener scored a kill to make it 4-2 then served Prairie to a 9-2 lead. She had an ace while Rehder had 3 kills and Walsh added another.
After 4 straight sideouts, Enneking served 2 aces and Rehder added another kill for a 14-4 lead. Prairie led by as many as 14 after Schumacher served 5 straight points with an ace plus 2 kills by Lockett and a kill each by Enneking and Schumacher. That made it 20-6.
Prairie got to match point at 24-12 and Lapwai fought off 3 straight match points before Rehder finished the game with a kill for a 25-15 win.
In the third game Lapwai took their first lead of the night when they scored the first point. It was short-lived though as Prairie got a kill from Rehder and then Schumacher served 5 straight for a 6-1 lead. She had 2 aces while Riener scored 2 kills and Martin 1.
Prairie led 9-2 after 2 aces by Martin but Lapwai came back with 4 straight points to pull within 3. After a kill by Holli Schumacher, Riener served Prairie to a 13-6 lead.
Lapwai rallied to cut the lead to 13-11 before making a setting error to get Prairie to game point. Lapwai scored a sideout then Lockett ended it with a kill.
Vs. C.V.In the first game against C.V., Prairie jumped out to a 5-1 lead thanks to 2 aces by Lockett and a block by Geis.
C.V. came all the way back to tie the game at 10-10. Prairie then got a kill from Lockett and Forsmann served 6 straight to give Prairie a 17-10 lead. Forsman had 3 aces with Geis scoring 2 kills and Lockett 1.
After 2 points by C.V., Wemhoff scored a kill then went to the service line for 5 straight points for a 23-12 lead. Wemhoff had 3 aces while Schlader and Lockett each added a kill.
After a sideout, Schlader scored a kill to get the Pirates to game point. C.V. fought off 2 game points before Schlader scored the game-winning kill.
The second game started out back and forth until Lockett scored a kill to make it 9-7. Forsmann then served 4 straight aces for a 13-7 lead.
C..V. answered with 3 straight to cut the lead to 3 but after several sideouts, Lockett took over at the service line and served Prairie to a 21-11 lead. She had 2 aces while Wemhoff, Martinez, Schlader and Remacle each added a kill.
After 2 more sideouts, Klapprich served out the game. She had an ace and Schlader and Forsmann each added a kill to finish it off at 25-12.
In the third game C.V. scored first and led until it was Schlader’s turn serving. Schlader scored the sideout kill to make it 3-4 then served an ace to tie it. 2 kills by Remacle and another ace by Schlader made it 7-4.
C.V. cut it to 1 but 2 kills by Remacle and a kill by Lockett made it 10-6. C.V. never got closer than 3 the rest of the way and the last time that happened was at 13-10.
A 2 point run by Geis and a 3 point run by Schlader extended the lead to 22-12. C.V. then scored 4 straight before Remacle scored a kill for the sideout and Rehder served the final 2 points of the match with Lockett finishing things off with a kill.
For the match Schlader had 11 kills with 6 assists and 5 aces. Lockett had 8 kills and 5 aces. Remacle had 6 kills. Wemhoff had 5 kills, 21 assists and 5 aces. Geis had 4 kills, including a block, with 1 assist and 2 aces. Key had 2 kills, 1 assist and 1 ace. Forsmann had 1 kill and 7 aces. Klapprich had 1 kill, 2 assists and 1 ace. Martinez had 1 kill.
Vs. KamiahIn the tri-match format, Prairie had a match off while Kamiah played C.V. That may have contributed to the slow start against the Kubs as Kamiah scored first and never trailed in the opening game. The Kubs led by as many as 9 points at 11-20 and wound up winning by 8.
Kamiah also scored the first two points of the second game before Prairie got going. Schlader scored a kill and Lockett followed with 4 straight aces to give Prairie their first lead of the match at 5-2.
From there the scoring went back and forth until Prairie put together an 8-1 run that turned a 12-10 lead into a 20-11 lead. Wemhoff had a 3 point service run with 2 aces plus a kill by Lockett and Lockett also had a 3 point run with an ace plus 2 kills by Martinez.
After 3 straight sideouts, Martinez scored a sideout kill and then went to the service line to serve out the game with 3 straight aces. That evened the match at 1 game each.
Kamiah also scored the first point of the third game but that turned out to be their only lead. Wemhoff scored a sideout kill and then served 2 aces for a 3-1 lead. After a Kamiah sideout, Lockett scored a sideout kill and then served Prairie to a 7-2 lead with 2 aces.
A 3-point service run by Schlader turned a 10-4 lead into a 13-4 lead.
Kamiah got back within 6 at 16-10 and 17-11 but got no closer. A sideout kill by Schlader was followed by 2 aces from Lockett that made it 20-11. At 21-14, Wemhoff scored a sideout kill and then Schlader served out the game as Remacle scored on a block, Martinez added a kill and Schlader finished it with an ace.
As they did the other 3 games, Kamiah scored the first point in the fourth game. They led 1-3 when Martinez scored a sideout kill. With Forsmann serving Martinez scored another kill to tie it and a net violation by Kamiah gave Prairie their first lead.
After Kamiah tied it at 4, Schlader scored a sideout kill and then served Prairie to an 8-4 lead as Remacle and Martinez each scored a kill and Schlader added an ace. Kamiah never led again.
The Kubs were able to get within 1 at 9-8 but Wemhoff scored on a block and Klapprich followed with 2 aces plus a kill by Lockett for a 13-8 lead. Kamiah scored just 1 point while serving the rest of the match as Prairie dominated the rest of the way.
Wemhoff and Forsmann each had 2 point service runs in their final 12 points of the match showing it was the Prairie defense being able to side out Kamiah’s serves that kept the Pirates moving toward the win.
Lockett wound up scoring the match-winning point on a spike off a Kamiah block for a sideout.
For the match Martinez had 14 kills and 3 aces. Schlader had 12 kills, 25 assists and 4 aces. Lockett had 10 kills, 2 assists and 10 aces. Wemhoff had 8 kills, including a block, 22 assists and 4 aces. Remacle had 6 kills, including a block. Geis had 5 kills. Forsmann had 1 kill, 1 assist and 1 ace. Rehder had 1 kill and 1 assist. Klapprich had 4 aces.
The JV team swept both C.V. and Kamiah but we don’t have all the scores on those games as they were played at the same time as the varsity matches.
With hair flying everywhere, Kristin Wemhoff serves the ball against Lapwai.
Ali Rehder makes a pass agaisnt Lapwai. Also shown are Tara Schlader, Kristin Wemhoff and Delanie Lockett.
Olivia Klapprich serves against Lapwai.
Trinity Martinez spikes the ball against Lapwai.
Josie Remacle goes for a block against C.V. as Delanie Lockett watches.
Delanie Lockett spikes the ball against C.V.
Mackenzie Key spikes the ball against C.V. as Delanie Lockett gets ready in case the ball is blocked.
Delanie Lockett serves against C.V. Also shown is Olivia Klapprich.
Trinity Martinez spikes the ball against C.V. Also shown is Delanie Lockett.
Alli Geis tips the ball past a Kamiah defender. Also shown is Delanie Lockett.
Laney Forsmann goes for a block against Kamiah. Also shown are Kristin Wemhoff, 13, and Tara Schlader.
Delanie Lockett spikes the ball against Kamiah. Also shown is Ali Rehder.
Ember Martin makes a pass in the JV match vs. Lapwai. Also shown is Aubree Rehder.
Julia Rehder goes for a spike against the Lapwai JV. Also shown is Riley Enneking.
Kaylie Lockett makes a pass in the JV match against Lapwai. Also shown is Tamden Pecarovich.
Lexi Schumacher sets the ball in the JV match against Lapwai. Also shown is Isabella Walsh. We think that is Riley Enneking in the foreground.
PIRATES GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE FOR 2021
28-New Plymouth Tourn.
28-Genesee JV Tourn.
31-Lapwai*, here, 6 p.m., won 3 games to 0, details next week
2-Tri-Match, here, vs. CV*, 5 p.m.; won 3 games to 0; vs, Kamiah*, 7 p.m. Both JV/V, won 3 games to 1OCTOBER
7-Logos*, there, C/JV/V,, 5 p.m., won 3 games to 1, details next week
9-Potlatch*, here, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.
13-Troy*, there,, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.
14-Grangeville, there, C/JV/V, 5p.m.
16-Genesee*, here, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.
21-Lapwai*, there, JV/V, 6 p.m.
23-Logos*, here,, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.
25-Border Battle at Pomeroy
30-Tri-Match @ Kamiah, vs. CV*, 5 p.m.; vs. Kamiah*, 6 p.m.
30-JV Tri-match @ C.V., vs. CV, 5 p.m., vs. Kamiah, 6 p.m.
4-Troy*, here, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.PIRATES JR. HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 2021
5-Potlatch*, there, JV/V, 5 p.m.
7-Grangeville, here, C/JV/V, 5 p.m., Senior Night
12-Genesee*, there, C/JV/V, 5 p.m.
16- 21-District at LCSC
23-State Play-In @ Lake City H.S., 1 p.m.
29-30-State at Leiwston
All games atart at 4:30 p.m.
16-St. John Bosco, 7th grade only, here