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By Dan Perrine
For The Record 

Five straight wins have Lady Bears in second place in volleyball standings

 

Last updated 10/3/2023 at 11:37am

Eden Frenzel of the Lady Bears served 6 aces in their win over West Orange-Stark last week

The Little Cypress Mauriceville Lady Bears have won five straight games in district volleyball. The win streak has put the Lady Bears in sole possession of second place in the district at the half way point.

The Lady Bears won two games last week. Both matches were decided in three straight sets.

On Friday LCM defeated Silsbee. The scores were 25-19, 25-14, 25-15 in favor of the Lady Bears during the match played at the Dr. Pauline Colburn Hargrove Gymnasium.

Lindi Perry lead the Lady Bears with 10 kills. Eden Frenzel served the most aces for LCM with 5 and had the most digs with eleven.

Addi Russell setup 17 winners for LCM. Other Lady Bears who played well were Paisley Angelle, Jada Montagne, Maya Meadow, Asia Woodson, Jazel Guilbeaux, Lexi Tubbleville, and Janniliz Nazario.

Tuesday's match with West Orange-Stark was dominated by Little Cypress Mauriceville. The Lady Bears won 25-5, 25-12, 25-8 to sweep the Lady Mustangs.

It was superb team effort by LCM who played without team captain Ava White. Coach Jonathan Snipes said the Lady Bears used several different rotations to find the best for the team with the absence of White. Snipes added he is uncertain how long Ava will be out.

Four Lady Bears made 4 kills with Paisley Angelle, Lindi Perry, Jazel Guilbeaux, and Amaya Meadows tied for the match. Eden Frenzel led in aces with 6 serves that could not be returned. Addi Russell and Jada Montagne made 9 and 8 assists respectfully. Lexi Tubbleville, Janniliz Nazario, and Asia Woodson also made contributions to the Lady Bear win.

Tuesday of this week was a bye for Little Cypress Mauriceville. The Lady Bears next game will be at home against the first place Bridge City Lady Cardinals on Friday, October 6.

 

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