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Volleyball: LWC defeats Freed-Hardeman in four sets
By Christopher Webster
Henderson, TN - The Blue Raiders (13-3, 6-1 MSC) jump back in the win column after a four-set victory over Freed-Hardeman (6-9, 1-6 MSC) on Tuesday evening.
Johanna Alcantara led the way for the Blue Raiders as she recorded a double-double with 10 kills and a career-high 30 digs. Lauren Larzelere chipped in with 26 digs and Camryn Rich recorded 39 assists in the contest.
Lindsey Wilson controlled the first set early as they jumped out to a 10-4 lead off kills from Alcantara and Madison Bidwell. The Blue Raiders extended their lead to 19-10, however Freed-Hardeman rallied and went on an 11-3 run to bring the first set to 23-21. The Blue Raiders kept their composure as a kill by Alexis Smith and a Lady Lions attack error cut the Freed-Hardeman comeback hopes as Lindsey Wilson took set one 25-22. The Blue Raiders recorded 45 kills and 44 assists in the opening set.
The Blue Raiders dominated the second set as they held the Lady Lions to seven points, the lowest set score for a Lindsey Wilson opponent this season. Lindsey Wilson opened the second set with a 10-4 lead with kills from Bidwell, Smith, and Radaisy Valdez. Freed-Hardeman traded points with the Blue Raiders as the lead grew to 17-7. However, Lindsey Wilson finished with an 8-0 run to secure the second set 25-7.
The third set was a different tone as Freed-Hardeman lead early 10-4. The Blue Raiders cut into the deficit on kills by Valdez, Elizabeth Moore, and Logan Seagraves. However, the Lady Lions responded with a 9-0 scoring run that gave them a commanding lead and they grabbed the third set 25-13. Freed-Hardeman recorded 11 aces in the third set.
The final set was tied at 5-5 when Lindsey Wilson scored the next four points to get a small lead. A pair of kills by Alcantara pushed Lindsey Wilson's lead 12-6. Freed-Hardeman attempted to cut into the lead as they got the set to 14-10. However, the Lady Lions never got closer than four points as Lindsey Wilson cruised to a 25-17 win in set four to take the match.
The Lindsey Wilson volleyball team returns to the court on Oct. 5 as they travel to take on Georgetown (KY). First serve is scheduled for 7pmCT.
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