April 19 • 03:33 PM

Capac goes to 5-1 in BWAC play

Get wins over Imlay City and Cros-Lex

October 03, 2007
TRI-CITY AREA — The Capac and Imlay City varsity volleyball teams posted 2-0 and 0-2 marks, respectively, last Thursday at Cros-Lex Middle School.

Ashley Mousseau, of Capac, chases down a shot during a BWAC match this past week. photo by Kevin Kissane.

With the results, Capac bumps its mark to 14-9-3 and 5-1. Imlay City falls to 13-6-3 and 2-4.

Capac opened their two-match stint with a 25-16, 17-25, 25-16, 27-25 win against Imlay City.

That was followed by a 25-17, 27-25, 24-26, 25-19 victory over Cros-Lex.

Brittany Friedenstab directed Capac's offensive attack that night. Friedenstab wound up with 44 assists.

Natalia Santi (32 kills) and Taylor Sinda (29) proved Capac's most lethal net weapons. Sara Tomeo and Friedenstab (17 kills each), Charlotte Clark (five) and Laura Pewinski (two) supported their performances.

From a defensive standpoint, Tomeo paced Capac with 34 digs. The Chiefs also received digs courtesy of Santi (26), Clark (23), Abby Aguinaga (18), Friedenstab (10), Pewinski (seven), Sinda (six) along with Ashley Mousseau and Megan Beischer (five).

Sinda (three solos and four assists) notched Capac's best blocking outputs. Friedenstab (one solo and three assists) and Clark (two solos) logged the remaining Chief blocks.

Imlay City started their two-match stint with a 16-25, 25-17, 16-25, 25-27 setback to Capac.

That was followed by a 25-23, 25-21,18-25, 16-25, 12-15 setback to Algonac.

Lindsey Van Dyk and Kelsy Bosch led Imlay City with 12 service points each The remaining Spartan points went to Alizabeth Caldwell, Becky Hummel and Brynn Bertram (eight apiece), Samantha Gilbreth (seven), Brooke Medaugh (six), Ashley Dockham (five) and Amanda Homer (one)

Bosch (51) and Dockham (10) combined for 61 assists as Imlay City's offensive catalysts.

Gilbreth (29) and Caldwell (18) notched Imlay City's highest kill totals. They were backed by Bertram (nine kills), Van Dyk (six), Allison Gass (five) and Krissy Swejkowski (four).

From a defensive standpoint, Homer and Medaugh paced Imlay City with 27 digs apiece. The Spartans also received digs courtesy of Van Dyk (23), Caldwell (22), Bosch (19), Swejkowski, Hummel and Dockham (six each), Bertram (four), Gilbreth (three) along with Mikayla Pardon, Taylor Lee and Amelia Velez (one apiece).

Gass (five), Gilbreth (three), Swejkowski (two) and Caldwell (one) added Imlay City's solo blocks that evening.

Sports Editor, Kevin Kissane has been covering sports for the Tri-City Times for over 20 years and is one of the most recognizable personalities in the area. Kevin when not covering anything from little league baseball to football, or softball to basketball, can be found on the links playing his favorite sport, golf.
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