DVSS Sr. Dynos come alive in sec­ond set

The Drumheller Mail - - SPORTS - Krystin McHugh The Drumheller Mail

On Wed­nes­day, October 5, the DVSS se­nior Dynos hosted Prairie Chris­tian Academy (PCA).

De­spite a strong sec­ond set they fell in two straight sets to PCA. The first set ended with a 17-25 loss and the sec­ond with a 23-25 fin­ish for PCA. The sec­ond set was much closer as the Dynos pulled to­gether and gained mo­men­tum.

Head coach Erica Crocker said, “Our Dynos came alive in the sec­ond set, hav­ing the lead for most of the game. How­ever lost the lead and ul­ti­mately the game to PCA’s strong serv­ing. Tough of­fense at the net by Mikaela Kous­trup with 7 kills. Nikki Thomp­son also played strong of­fense with 5 kills and Bray­den Peters with 4. Big blocks held strong by Thom­son, Peters, Kous­trup as well as Emily Wright, and Eden Hilchy.”

Crocker and Co-coach Car­men Spitzer were pleased with the Dynos’ per­for­mance and said they see im­prove­ments ev­ery time they en­ter the court.

“Our next game, we wel­come Three Hills Roy­als on Wed­nes­day October 12 at 5:30 p.m. Then the Dynos are off to com­pete in the 2016 Ko­diak Clas­sic at St. Martin de Por­res High School in Air­drie October 14 and 15.” Crocker told

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