Prep rewind: Hamilton, Holland Christian volleyball arrange showdown – Sports activities – Holland Sentinel
The Hamilton volleyball workforce defeated Allendale 25-19, 25-15, 25-16 within the OK Blue Convention quarterfinals on Tuesday.
The Hawkeyes improved to 16-3 total.
AJ Ediger led the Hawkeyes with 16 kills. Jer Hoppes had six kills and Kyra Kleinheksel added 4.
Joelle Boeskool had 18 assists and Alyssa Borgman had 15. Hoppes had 13 digs, whereas Ediger had 11 and Jen Johnson had 9.
The Hawkeyes will host Holland Christian within the semifinals subsequent Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Holland Christian defeated Coopersville 21-25, 25-22, 25-18, 28-26.
Ellie DeVries led the Maroons with 37 assists and 4 kills.
Emily Vos had 11 kills and 7 digs. Avery Huisman had 11 kills, whereas Anna York totaled seven kills and three blocks. Ryanne VanWyk chipped in with fie kills.
Defensively, Dilyn Duryee had 19 digs and Cassidy Mitchell had 11.
Dux prime Dutch
The Zeeland West volleyball workforce defeated Holland 25-21, 21-25, 25-13, 25-22 within the OK Inexperienced Convention event quarterfinals.
Aaliyah Smith had 14 kills, 11 digs and eight blocks. Ashley Hoebbel had eight digs, 5 kills and three aces for the Dutch. Emily Telgenhof had 21 assists and 9 digs. Brook Wehrmeyer had 16 digs and 6 kills.
Panthers fall in 4
West Ottawa misplaced to Jenison 25-20, 25-18, 20-25, 25-18.
“It was a troublesome night time for the workforce with a really sluggish begin. It wasn’t till the third set that the workforce discovered their rhythm. Sadly it wasn’t sufficient with a troublesome loss within the fourth,” West Ottawa coach Kaitlyn Lawton mentioned.
River Rats fall
Black River misplaced 24-26, 18-25, 25-23, 26-24 to Kalamazoo Heritage Christian.
Hawkeyes sweep Wayland invite
The Hamilton girls and boys cross nation groups received the Wayland invite.
The boys received with 50 factors, forward of Unity Christian (51), Comstock Park (73), Wayland (82), Fennville (113) and Hopkins (148).
Fennville’s Jonathan Mendoza completed sixth (18:23.56).
Hamilton’s Max VanHuis took seventh (18:32.40), Nate Freyhof was ninth (18:52.79), Josh Langeland was thirteenth (19:08.91), Evan Kraker was fifteenth (19:31.68) and Josiah Banks was sixteenth (19:37.39).
Within the women race, Hamilton had 55, adopted by Wayland (56), Unity Christian (67), Hopkins (101), Comstock Park (129), Fennville (137) and Martin (148).
Hamilton’s Bella Charron was fourth (21:46.85). Trina Farris was sixth (22:05.5), Aubrey Sibble was eighth (22:48.46) and Alexa VanderKamp was fifteenth (23:30.82).
Fennville’s Angelica Mendoza was seventh (22:46.43).
Panthers break up with Grand Haven
The West Ottawa women cross nation workforce defeated Grand Haven 22-35.
Arianne Olson completed second (19:18.00), adopted by Sophie Bonnema (19:22.00) and Abby Bonnema (19:26.50). Megan Postma was sixth (20:27.20) and Kaia Denhof was seventh (20:36.10).
The West Ottawa boys misplaced 20-41. Carston Cole received the race in 16:36.80. Connor Wooley was seventh (17:23.00).
Maroons prime Spring Lake
Holland Christian defeated Spring Lake 102-83.
Meghan Bengelink received the 200 freestyle (2:03.55) and the 100 freestyle (56.00). Zoe DeKievit received the 200 IM (2:15.29). Emily Asselin received the 50 freestyle (25.97). Natalie DuBois received diving (234.90 factors). Eden Siegers received the five hundred freestyle (5:51.11).