Liberal Kan- Seward County Community College win their third home match of the week and faced offas they defeat Butler Community College. With the Lady Saints jumping up early and would win in straight sets again for the 13th time this season and still have not lost a set in Conference play.
With the first set the Lady Saints showed their dominance early taking an early lead of 10-4. The Lady Saints would continue to win 14 of the next 16 points to take the first set 25-6. Yanlis Feliz would continue her great performance from Wednesday night as she would lead the first set with 6 kills in Saturdays first set. Mesalina Severino providing one solo block and three block assists in the first set.
The second would start off with the Lady Saints jumping up to an early 13-8 lead and would continue their dominance at the net. The Sophomore of the night, Djuly Schmorantz would lead the second set in kills with four for the Lady Saints and getting one service ace and 1 block assist. The Sophomore play would propel the Lady Saints to a second set victory over the Grizzlies 25-14.
Having the first two sets won the Lady Saints were looking to get their 13th sweep of the season. The first three points going the Butler Community College and the Lady Saints would need to come out a deficit for the first time in the match. They would tie at 12-12 and a time out by Coach Trifonov would prove to be the break the Lady Saints needed. After the timeout they would win 13 of the next 16 points to win the third set 25-15. Freshman Ariana Arciniega had a team high five kills, and one block assist in the final set.
No. 4 Lady Saints winning in three straight sets for the 13th time this season! First set 25-6, second set 25-14, and the third set 25-15! Now they are 14-2 on the season and 8-0 in he Jayhawk West Conference! #GoodToBeGreen #SCCCSaints @KJCCCmedia pic.twitter.com/6jfBkVQQqJ— Seward County Saints (@SewardSaints) September 29, 2019
Leading the Lady Saints stat leaders was Yanlis Feliz with 13 kills, Mesalina had 4 blocks, and Grecia Soriano had a team high 16 digs in the match. With the victory of Butler Community College, the No. four team in the nation are now 14-2 on the season and 7-0 in conference play. All of the conference victories so far have been three set sweeps. They will take on Independence Community College another Jayhawk West opponent, next Saturday October 5th starting at 6:30pm.
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