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Arrows make it a 5-peat at Eastern Greene; Lakers second – Sullivan Daily Times

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Updated: November 2, 2023 @ 7:55 pm
Photo by Travis David
Sullivan junior Jacie Wilson rises up for a kill against Eastern Greene on Saturday.
 
Photo by Travis David
Shakamak senior Kolette Slough follows through on a swing against White River Valley on Saturday during the Eastern Greene Round Robin. 

Photo by Travis David
Sullivan junior Jacie Wilson rises up for a kill against Eastern Greene on Saturday.
 
Photo by Travis David
Shakamak senior Kolette Slough follows through on a swing against White River Valley on Saturday during the Eastern Greene Round Robin. 
LITTLE CINCINNATI — Senior players on the Sullivan volleyball team entered Saturday’s Eastern Greene Round Robin having never lost a match in the tournament. Those same seniors added three more wins and left Saturday still unblemished.
The Lady Arrows needed a third set to slip past Eastern Greene before knocking off Shakamak and White River Valley in two, claiming their fifth straight tournament championship.
“It feels really good to win all four of my years here,” Sullivan senior Parker Mischler said of the title. “I think we are finally starting to find our groove here at the end of this week and our play has gotten a lot better … I am just so proud of all of my teammates.”
Mischler finished the day with 20 kills to go along with 24 digs in the tournament.
With the three wins, the Lady Arrows improved to 5-0 on the season.
But the Arrows were not the only local team to have a big day. Shakamak wrapped up tournament play with a pair of wins and a second place finish in the tournament.
The Lakers needed a comeback in the third set to take down the hosts in the final match of the day and claim their best finish during the tournament. 
“This is huge for our program,” Lakers’ coach Emeral Goff said of the second-place finish. “We know we still have some things we need to work on, but I am just very proud of the way the girls finished off this week and finished the third set against Eastern Greene.”
The 2-1 day capped a busy week for Shakamak which saw the team pick up five wins in six matches for a 5-2 start to the season.
The Lakers also had Sullivan on the ropes throughout most of the first set before the Arrows rallied late for a 25-22 win. 
A perfectly placed tip shot from Madelyn Kennett gave Shakamak a 21-20 lead in the opening set. But a Lakers’ hitting error followed by an ace from former Laker Jaylen McCammon gave the Arrows a 22-21 lead. 
Jacie Wilson added one of her 19 kills on the day before Ella King served up an ace on set point.
It was all Sullivan in the second.
The Arrows scored the first four points of the set and never looked back in the 25-8 win.
Sullivan carried the momentum from the second set into its final match of the day to breeze past White River Valley to wrap up the tournament, 25-10, 25-13.
In the opening match, the Arrows relied on the heavy hitting from Mischler and Wilson to slip past the scrappy Thunderbirds. 
Wilson put away 12 shots in the match while Mischler registered nine kills.
Freshman Rachel Eslinger handed out 17 assists in the win while Ella King dished out nine assists.
For the day, Eslinger had 35 assists and King passed out 31 helpers. King surpassed the 1,000 career assist plateau in the Arrows win at Vincennes Lincoln on Thursday.
In Saturday’s wins, Sullivan proved it has more than just a couple of players to stop.
Sophomore Izzie Jenkins finished the day with 15 kills while Isabelle Harris and Lexi Grindstaff also put away several shots when their numbers were called. 
Destiny Gaines entered matches late and came away with three kills against WRV.
“I feel like all of our hitters were on at some point today and that has helped us get our chemistry back,” Mischler said of her teammates. “It didn’t matter who we had out there, they all played well.”
Wilson led the team with seven aces during the tournament and Kensley Wiltermood finished second on the Arrows with 22 digs. 
Shakamak has also shown it is more than just a one or two-person show.
Jordyn Boram led the Lakers against Eastern Greene with nine kills. Kolette Slough put away eight shots against WRV and freshman Brylee Faulk finished with five kills in the loss to the Golden Arrows.
Madelyn Kennett, Adelyse Varner and Ayanna Clark all contributed at the net and all-around play for the Lakers as well in addition to the back-row play of senior Emma Yeryar.
“It’s been a great start to the season and that’s because we have multiple players at both the net and the back row who have stepped up,” Goff said of her team. 
Shakamak (5-2) is back in action Monday against Riverton Parke, while Sullivan (5-0) hosts Princeton Community.
 
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