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Lady Bulldogs end regular season with win over NMCC

Friday, October 24, 2003

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Rachael Vining was one of the five players honored on Senior Night against New Madrid County Central.
SIKESTON -- Sikeston's volleyball team ended the regular season with a win over New Madrid County Central on Thursday night, beating the Lady Eagles 25-17, 25-19.

Since it was the final home match of the season, five players were honored with a Senior Night: Paige Kaiser, Rachael Vining, Erin Box, Mallory Wiffen and Kaye Bucholz.

"It was nice to come in to the Field House for the final time this season and get another win," said Sikeston coach Steve Beydler. "I've been (coaching) four years and some of them have been with me the whole way. It was an emotional night."

Paige Kaiser had four service points and five kills. Vining finished with one point and four kills.

Maggie Pfefferkorn had seven service points, two kills and six assists.

Quinn Kaiser provided five points, three kills and had one block. Erin Box finished with 12 points and six assists. Leoni Voss added two points, Berneatress Hunt had two kills and Audra Wooley added two kills.

The Lady Bulldogs end the regular season with a record of 11-15-2. They have been seeded No. 6 in the upcoming district tournament in Farmington and will face No. 3 Poplar Bluff in the first round on Monday at 6:30 p.m.

"We were in the exact same position last year," noted Beydler. "We were number six, they were number three and we were able to beat them. Hopefully it will happen again."

In Thursday's junior varsity match, Sikeston beat NMCC 25-18, 25-20.

Lindsey Wright had 12 service points and four assists. Amber Anthony had four points and two kills.

Khassie Patterson had seven points and three kills. Kasey Ray served three points and had two assists.

Kiarra Morris had two service points and three kills. Emily Taylor had three points and four kills.

Mary Felker and Paige Harrington each provided one kill. The junior varsity team ends its season with a record of 11-9-3.