SULLY — Battling point-for-point with visiting Class 1A 10th-ranked Montezuma, Lynnville-Sully’s Hawks made the Bravettes work hard to collect a road victory Monday night. The Hawks won the third set 29-27 to keep the South Iowa Cedar League match going, but lost in four sets.
Montezuma walked out of the Lynnville-Sully gym with a 25-23, 25-19, 27-29, 25-17 win to improve to 16-3 overall and 3-0 in SICL play. The Hawks fell to 2-2 in SICL action and 7-9 overall.
Lynnville-Sully continued its strong suit — serving — in the home loss to the Bravettes. The Hawks were 94-of-99 at the service line which was 95 percent.
Skyler Young was 25-of-26 serving with one ace serve and Shiloh Cunningham served up four aces going 21-of-21. McKinley Conover had two ace serves, going 16-of-17. Makayla Rozendaal was 13-of-13 with one ace serve.
At the net, Conover delivered eight kills while Carson Fisk and Camryn Russell each had six kills and one solo block. Mallory Loftus downed five kills and put up one solo block and six assisted blocks.
Cunningham had five kills and Young had four kills and to assisted blocks. Young was credited with 27 set assists on Lynnville-Sully’s 31 kills for the match.
Conover came up with 32 digs followed by Fisk with 25 digs. Young had 12 digs. Russell made seven digs and Rozendaal had six digs.
Lynnville-Sully is home at 5:30 p.m. Monday against North Mahaska in SICL play.
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