Bourne Volleyball Wins Fourth Straight
By: Dan Crowley
Bourne volleyball (4-0) faced one of the typically stronger teams in the South Coast Conference last night and swept them 3-0, by scores of 25-15, 25-10 and 25-21.
“We came out strong in the first game, passing to target, hitting aggressively,” Coach Amiee Jarominski said. “Amanda Pomeroy led the team in the first game with three kills, while Chelsea Doucette registered two. The team as a whole recorded 25 digs to stay in the game.”
Bourne continued to dominate the court in game two.
“We came out strong at the service line with six team aces,” Coach Jarominski said. “Amanda Pomeroy attacked the ball relentlessly and earned three kills. Miranda Partosan and Chelsea Doucette had two kills each. Chelsea also recorded two blocks. Our seniors led the team tonight to a great victory. Case certainly did not make it easy, regardless of the scores. We had some great volleys and we all were on the edge of our seats for the duration of the game. Monday the Lady Canalmen posted their third win of the season with a 3-0 victory at Falmouth. Bourne won by scores of 25-9, 25-21 and 25-20.
Doucette had a big game from the service line with 15 points, 11 of which came in the third game. She had seven aces and led the team in blocks with four. Pomeroy finished the afternoon with nine kills and 10 service points. Colleen Brady had six kills and five digs, while Shelby Corsano finished with 19 assists. Sophomore Nicole Gresh stepped to the service line in the second game for Bourne serving aggressively and helping with the win.
After opening with a 3-0 victory over Dighton-Rehoboth, the Lady Canalmen returned to the court Friday posting a 3-1 victory at Seekonk. After winning the opening game 30-28, Bourne fell to the Warriors by a score of 25-23 in game two. But the Lady Canalmen fought back to claim victories in the third and fourth games by scores of 26-24 and 25-23.
In the opening game Ali Achstetter got Bourne going with a six-point run from the line. Pomeroy hammered home four kills. In the second game Brady and Pomeroy each had three kills and Achstetter had a four-point service run.
In the third game Partosan and Pomeroy each had three kills. Brady led the way with four kills in the final game.
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