SULLY — Skyler Young made sure she and her fellow Lynnville-Sully seniors had a good Senior Night.
Young went 20-of-21 serving with four ace serves and put up 22 set assists in the Hawks’ 25-10, 25-15, 25-10 South Iowa Cedar League win over English Valleys at home Thursday. With the win, Lynnville-Sully moved to 5-2 in conference play and 10-9 overall.
Young was joined by senior McKinley Conover, Camryn Russell and Madison Johnson in a strong performance in their final regular-season match at home. Conover powered down 10 kills, made 19 digs and went 17-of-18 from the service line with two aces.
Russell served up four aces as she was 22-of-23 serving and Johnson went 10-of-11 serving with two aces. The Hawks were 85-of-90 at the service line for 94 percent.
Lynnville-Sully put yup 10 solo blocks against English Valleys’ Bears. Freshman Krystal Van Dyke had six blocks while junior Shiloh Cunningham made three blocks to push her total for the season to 32 solo blocks. Freshman Korinne Jansen made the other solo block.
Junior Carson Fisk had six kills and made 11 digs. Cunningham delivered five kills and sophomore Mallory Loftus had four kills. Jansen made three kills and Van Dyke had one kill.
Sophomore Janelle Rozendaal and junior Makayla Rozendaal each went 5-of-5 serving.
Lynnville-Sully plays in Saturday’s Davis County Invitational. Matches start at 9 a.m. in Bloomfield. The Hawks are at Keota on Monday.