The CFHS volleyball team notched two more HVL wins last week, beating Triton Tuesday and Lake City Thursday, both in three games.
It was senior night Tuesday, and the girls responded with a 25-12, 25-15, 25-16 win over the Cobras.
Becca Vandenheuvel had her best night passing, earning a 2.2 mark on a 3.0 scale, and she also had 18 digs. Lydia Franken had 18 digs to go with four ace serves and 21 assists, Caroline Bowen and Sami Cromer had eight digs, Anna Nelson seven digs and five kills, Mada Hofstedt four ace blocks and five kills, Hailey Huseth six kills and 13 assists, Katie Noble five kills, Carly Broze four kills, and Leah Meyers four kills.
"I have six seniors this year (Vandenheuvel, Franken, Nelson, Hofstedt, Broze, Allison Egge) and they all contribute so much to this team and family," coach Melissa Huseth said. "The underclassmen wrote something to each girl Tuesday night and they ended it with 'We couldn't imagine our family without you.' The girls are very close and are good teammates to one another. I am very proud of these girls and their teammates."
The Bombers had a solid passing night Thursday at Lake City, where they won 25-13, 25-14, 25-21.
"It is nice to see our passes focus on this skill as we are heading into the last few matches of the regular season," Huseth said. "Our setters did a nice job of moving the ball around."
Hailey Huseth had 18 assists and seven kills, Franken 12 assists and three ace serves, Madison Sesker four assists, Vandenheuvel 17 digs and three ace serves, Bowen 11 digs, Hofstedt seven ace blocks, Nelson three ace serves, Broze nine kills, and Noble eight kills.
The Bombers hosted Lourdes Tuesday night. They make the long trek to LaCrescent on Thursday, Oct. 10.