Lady Pirates lose 2 of 3 matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates played 3 league matches in the past week, losing 2 of 3. They started with a 3 games to 1 win over Logos at Moscow on Tuesday, Sept. 7. On Thursday, Sept. 9 they lost in 3 straight, 15-25, 20-25, 20-25, at Cottonwood to Potlatch. Finally on Monday, Sept. 13, they traveled to Troy and lost in 3 straight, 5-25, 15-25, 13-25.
At Logos
Prairie won in 4 tough games at Logos 29-27, 13-25, 25-23, 25-14.
In the opening game Prairie started like they were going to blow Logos out of their own gym as they jumped out to a 12-3 lead. Josie Remacle goes up for a spike at Logos.
Delanie Lockett had a 7-point service run to turn a 2-1 lead into a 9-1 lead. She had 2 aces while Josie Remacle had 3 kills and Tara Schlader had 2.
After Logos scored a pair of points, Remacle scored a sideout kill and Olivia Klapprich served up 2 aces for a 12-3 lead.
Logos quickly cut the lead to 13-7 before Trinity Martinez served 2 aces to make it 16-7. Logos then answered with 8 straight points to trim Prairie’s lead to just 1 point at 16-15.
Logos took their first lead at 19-20 and then after Prairie took back the lead on a tip by Schlader at 21-20, Logos scored 4 points to get to game point at 21-24.
A kill by Martinez put Klapprich on the service line in a pressure situation. She serve and ace then Laney Forsmann scored a kill and Klapprich scored another ace to make it 25-24.
Logos managed to score the sideout and then an ace of their own to make it 25-26 before hitting one long to give Prairie a 26-26 tie. A hitting error by Prairie gave Logos another game point chance at 26-27. Kristin Wemhoff scored a kill to tie it and send Martinez to the service line. A dig by Wemhoff led to a second touch, back row kill by Martinez to give Prairie a game point chance and then Martinez served up an ace to win it.
In the second game Logos came out and took it to the Pirates. It was close early but at 5-7, Logos scored a sideout and outscored Prairie 2-11 to take a 7-18 lead. The Knights then held off the Pirates to win by 12.
Logos threatened to take control of the match by starting the third game 0-3 and led 3-5 when they bricked a serve. Schlader went to the service line and put together a 7-point run to give Prairie an 11-5 lead. She had 3 aces while Wemhoff had 2 kills, Martinez had 1 kill and Forsmann scored on a block.
Logos rallied back to within 1 point at 18-17. A kill by Wemhoff for the sideout and 3 aces by Martinez put Prairie up 22-17. A missed spike led to a 6-point scoring run by Logos that put the Knights ahead 22-23.
At that point Locket scored a kill to tie it and Forsmann served an ace to give Prairie the lead. Alli Geis then scored the game winning kill to put Prairie up 2 games to 1.
In the fourth game it seemed Logos was starting to tire as they weren’t hitting the ball like the rest of the match and Prairie took advantage.
A kill by Geis broke a 1-1 tie and Lockett served Prairie to a 5-1 lead with 2 aces plus a kill by Martinez.
After trading sideouts, Klapprich served an ace and Schlader and Forsmann each added a kill for a 9-2 lead.
After a sideout, Martinez put Schlader on the service line with a kill and Schlader served an ace and Martinez added a kill for a 12-3 lead.
Logos then threatened to repeat the first game as they came back with 6 straight points to cut the lead to 3. A kill by Wemhoff ended their run and Martinez served to aces to push the lead back to 6 at 15-9.
After a pair of sideouts, Forsmann served 2 aces and Geis added a kill to make it 19-10.
Logos got back within 6 but got no closer as Prairie pulled away to win the game and the match by 11.
For the match Schlader had 11 kills, 14 assists and 4 aces. Martinez had 10 kills and 8 aces. Wemhoff had 9 kills, 19 assists and 2 aces. Lockett had 7 kills, including a block, 3 assists and 5 aces. Forsmann had 6 kills, including a block, 1 assist and 3 aces. Remacle had 5 kills, including a block and 1 assist. Geis had r kills. Klapprich had 1 assist and 7 aces. Ali Rehder had 4 assists.
The JV team won their match 25-15, 14-25, 15-13.
Vs. Potlatch
ITrinity Martinez spikes the ball against Potlatch.n the match against Potlatch the Loggers dominated the Pirates as Prairie led just twice in the 3 games. At 4-3 in the second game and 1-0 in the third game.
In the opening game they never led but tied the score at 1-1 and 2-2. Potlatch then scored 4 straight points to take the lead for good.
Prairie stayed relatively close in the opening game until a missed Prairie serve at 5-10 kicked off a 7 point run by Potlatch.
Prairie’s only run after that came too late as Prairie scored a sideout to make it 11-24 then Schlader served 4 straight winners before missing a serve to end the game. Laney Forsmann had a pair of kills in that run while Trinity Martinez had a kill and Schlader an ace.
The second game saw Prairie fall behind 0-3 before a kill by Schlader put Prairie on the board. Two aces by Lockett and a kill by Martinez gave Prairie their first lead of the night at 4-3.
Potlatch then built leads of 6-12 and 9-18 before Prairie rallied back within 4 at 15-19.
Lockett and Olivia Klapprich each had 2 service points in that rally as Alli Geis had a pair of kills and Kristin Wemhoff and Forsmann each added a kill.
After a sideout, Forsmann scored on a block to again cut the deficit to 4 and Schlader served an ace to get Prairie within 3 at 17-20. Potlatch then scored the next 3 points and held on to win by 5.
In the final game, a kill by Lockett gave Prairie a 1-0 lead then Potlatch scored the next 3 points. Two kills by Josie Remacle tied the score at 3-3 then Potlatch scored 4 straight to take the lead for good.
Prairie got within 1 at 7-8 on a block by Martinez but Potlatch answered with 5 straight points.
Prairie got back within 2 on a 3-point service run by Forsmann that made it 12-14. She had an ace and Lockett and Schlader each had a kill.
The teams traded sideouts with Prairie finally breaking the sideout run with an ace by Klapprich that cut the lead to 16-17.
Potlatch then scored a sideout and pretty much put the game away with a 5-point service run that made it 16-23.
Potlatch got to match point at 17-24 with Martinez scoring a kill to stave off one match points. With Martinez serving, Forsmann scored a kill and Martinez an ace to cut the lead to 20-24 before Martinez missed just wide on a serve to end the match.
Martinez had 10 kills, including a block and 1 ace. Forsmann had 9 kills, including a block, 2 assists and 1 ace. Lockett had 7 kills and 2 aces. Schlader had 6 kills, 21 assists and 2 aces. Wemhoff had 3 kills and 10 assists. Geis had 2 kills and 1 assist. Remacle had 2 kills. Klapprich had 4 aces. Rehder had 1 assist.
The JV team split a pair of games with the Loggers 25-19, 18-25.
The C team lost both of their games 20-25, 20-25.
At Troy
The match at Troy saw the Trojans dominate from the start.
In the first game it appeared the Pirates might get shut out as Troy opened the match with 17 straight points before Lockett scored a kill to end the run.
When you’re down by 17 before you get a chance to serve, you’re not likely to win the game. Prairie wound up scoring 5 in the game, all on sideouts as they had no serving points and didn’t even make a full rotation at the service line.
The second game started better. Troy scored the first point then Prairie scored on a missed serve and with Lockett serving a tip by Forsmann for the Pirates’ first lead of the night.
Troy took back the lead but Prairie got 3 straight kills from Martinez for a 6-4 lead. Troy tied it and a kill by Wemhoff gave them one final lead at 7-6 before Troy took control, outscoring Prairie 8-19 the rest of the game.
Prairie never led in the third game as Troy jumped out to a 0-4 lead and never looked back.
A highlight of the third game was when Forsmann blocked one of Troy superstar outside hitter Morgan Blazzard’s hard-hit spikes.
Martinez led Prairie in kills with 7 plus 1 assist. Schlader had 3 kills, 5 assists and 1 ace. Lockett had 3 kills and 2 aces. Forsmann had 2 kills including the aforementioned block. Wemhoff had 2 kills and 8 assists. Geis had a kill and Klapprich had an assist.
Prairie is now 4-2 on the season and in league play.
In the JV match Prairie won the first game 25-21 then lost the next two, 12-25, 8-15.

Kristin Wemhoff makes a pass at Troy as Delanie Lockett watches.

Alli Geis goes up for a spike at Logos. Watching are Kristin Wemhoff in the foreground and Tara Schlader in the background.

Trinity Martinez goes up for a spike at Logos as Josie Remacle and Kristin Wemhoff watch.

Laney Forsmann goes for a spike at Logos as Delanie Lockett and Kristin Wemhoff look on.

Most of the team is in this photo of Tara Schlader hitting at Logos. Also shown from left are Delanie Lockett, Josie Remacle, Kristin Wemhoff and Trinity Martinez.

24-Jamboree, here
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 1
  7-Logos*, there, C/JV/V,, 5 p.m., won 3 games to 1
  9-Potlatch*, here, C/JV/V, 5 p.m., lost 0 games to 3
13-Troy*, there,, C/JV/V, 5 p.m., lost 0 games to 3
14-Grangeville, there, C/JV/V, 5p.m., won 3 games to 0, details next week
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.
  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
*League Game

All games atart at 4:30 p.m.
14-Nezperce, here
16-St. John Bosco, 7th grade only, here
21-C.V., here
22-Timberline, there
28-Orofino, there
  5-Kamiah, there
12-Highland, here
14-Grangeville, here
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