• Keith Hjelle

Volleyball Team Members Rank High in WCAC Statistical Categories

The ACGC volleyball team had several girls rank high in the final conference statistical categories. Chloe Largent led the WCAC in three different categories. She finished first in total number of kills with 142 and kill efficiency with a rating of 41.4% (based on a minimum of 100 attempts). She also placed first in ace serves with 37.

Audrey Stowe was the second Charger to place first in a category, as she led the league in assists with 303 (Only seven Charger assists belonged to someone else).

Savana Fuller also claimed a category title, as she anchored the net defense and led the conference in solo blocks with 23 and placed second in total blocks with 49.

Olivia Laabs finished second to Largent in ace serves, as she registered 28 throughout the campaign. Laabs was also fourth in serve success finishing with 155 successful serves (based on a minimum of 100 attempts), while Largent finished tenth in that category with 119. Jadeyn Carrick joined Fuller at the net to finish fourth in solo blocks with 18 and fifth in total blocks with 28. Carrick also finished fourth in serve efficiency with 97%, successfully serving 97 of 100 serves.

Rounding out the Charger leaders were Laabs in number of digs with 111, good for sixth place, and Genevieve "G" Hoover with 91, which placed her in the ninth spot in the same category.

With the conference season over, the Chargers are now preparing for post season play and will open regional tourney play next Monday, October 22 when they will host a regional quarterfinal match, with the action to begin at 7 PM.

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