In the DeQuincy win (25-19, 25-14) the Rayne offense was rather consistent with Amenda Bourque and Skyla Schexnider each with four kills, and Haley Cormier and Madeline Savoy leading assists with eight apiece. Brooke Mire led with three blocks.
In their Northside loss (21-25, 21-25), stats were lept rather low. Mire and Cormier each scored four kills, followed by Savoy and Cormier each with six assists. Mire scored two blocks and Nero had one of her own.
In their three-game Hamilton Christian win (25-21, 17-25, 15-9) the Ladies’ offense showed some improvement. Mire led kills with six, followed closely by Savoy with four, and Skyla Schexnider, Niesha Domingue and Sidney Fontenot each with three. Assists were donated by Savot (10), Cormier (5) and Erin LeBlanc (3).
During Tuesday’s game at Lafayette Christian, the Lady claimed another win (25-15, 22-25, 25-7, 16-25) this time having to go four games.
Kaylin Nero led net play with 11 kills, followed by teammates Haley Cormier (9), Skyla Schexnider (8) and Madeline Savoy (6). Niesha Domingue recorded six blocks along with five kills.
Assists were led by Savoy with14, followed closely by Cormier.
On defense, Nero recorded 10 digs, and Sidney Fontenot and Schexnider each with eight.
The Lady Wolves were slated to host Comeaux last night (Wednesday), with tomorrow’s contest set at Central Catholic.
District action begins Tuesday, Oct. 4, when the Lady Wolves will host intra-parish rival Crowley High. Action begins at 4 p.m. in the RHS north gym.