Tri County Northeast Volleyball 2-4 in last 6 matches

Tri County Northeast Volleyball 2-4 in last 6 matches
October 13th, 2021 | Jeff Axtell

The Tri County Northeast Volleyball Team swept Homer 3-0 at home Thursday night before falling 2-1 to Laurel-Concord-Coleridge and 2-0 to North Central, but beating Winside 2-0 at the Hartington-Newcastle Tournament on Saturday. The Wolfpack then lost 2-1 to Winside and Hartington-Newcastle at the Hartington-Newcastle Triangular Tuesday night.

Tri County Northeast took set one over Homer 25-20, set two 26-24, and set three 25-22.

Jordyn Carr had 23 kills while Jazmin Delatorre totaled 8, and Brianna Bousquet notched 7. Rhyanne Mackling dished out 36 set assists.

North Central won set one 25-20 and set two 25-16.

Carr had 11 kills and 8 digs while Mackling posted 8 digs and 15 set assists. Brynn Schock chipped in 7 digs.

Tri County Northeast took sets one and two 25-20 in match one against Winside.

Carr had 12 kills and 16 digs while Schock totaled 8 digs. Mackling contributed 22 set assists.

The Wolfpack took set one from the Bears 25-20 before Laurel-Concord-Coleridge won set two 25-19 and set three 25-16.

Carr had 15 kills while Schock registered 7 kills and 11 digs. Bousquet recorded 8 digs while Mackling registered 24 set assists.

Hartington-Newcastle won set one 26-24 and set three 25-15 after Tri County Northeast won set two 25-22.

Winside won set one 25-23 and set three 25-21 in match two while the Wolfpack took set two 25-23.

Carr finished with 17 kills while Mackling and Sydney Baker compiled 19 and 8 set assists, respectively.

Solid play as a whole from Tri County Northeast through the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge match at the very least.

The Wolfpack (9-15) takes on Wakefield (14-9) on the road Thursday night.

The Trojans swept Creighton 3-0 at home Thursday night.

This is the first meeting of the season between these two teams.

Of course Wakefield and Allen used to Co-op so this is an intriguing matchup from that standpoint too.

Kind of a bit of a rivalry honestly.

Tri County Northeast has been playing well as of late so it will be interesting to see what the Wolfpack can do come Thursday night.

Carr has really come on for Tri County Northeast, and Mackling has really stepped up as well.

Schock and Bousquet have stepped up some too so the Wolfpack sort of has it going on right now you could say.

I look for this match to be very close and competitive given the fact that it is a rivalry match.

You can bet Tri County Northeast will give Wakefield all they got and then some.

The Wolfpack ought to be jacked and fired up for this one, and play inspired.

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