Warriors fall to unbeaten
Rocky Mountain in volleyball
LEWISTON – Undefeated Rocky Mountain College
made the plays when needed in the first game
and then continued to roll and defeat
Lewis-Clark State College 30-26, 30-20,
30-16 in a Frontier Conference volleyball
match at the LCSC Activity Center on
Mountain, 10-0 overall and 2-0 in league
play, led for most of the first game but
LCSC battled back and tied the contest at
20, and then again at 24. Rocky Mountain
then scored the next four points, but the
Warriors rallied again and cut it to 28-26,
before the Bears scored the final two points
to claim the opening game.
like the night before, the first game loss
took most of the wind out of LCSC’s sail.
The Warriors suffered a tough first-game
loss in falling to Carroll College on Friday
night in three straight games. As in those
games, the Warriors fell behind early in the
second and third games, and attempted to
rally, but fell short.
Saturday’s second game, LCSC trailed 10-6,
but Rocky turned it into an n 18-9 lead.
LCSC cut the margin to seven, but Rocky
moved the lead back to 10 at 24-14 and
claimed the win.
third game, Rocky was able to use a 12-3 run
for an 18-6 lead. LCSC cut it to 20-12, but
Rocky answered with a 6-2 run to put the
loss drops LCSC to 2-9 overall and 0-2 in
Warriors – Brittney Kubik, Julie Maciboba,
Kelly Scott and Dana Christiansen – finished
with five kills apiece. Lisa Davis added 13
assists and seven digs, while Mindy Meyer
had 10 assists and eight digs. Lindsay Scott
added a game-high 19 digs, while Kubik added
three service aces and three blocks.
Schuepback had 17 kills and nine digs to
Warriors resume Frontier Conference action
next Saturday when they play host to Montana
Tech at 2 p.m. in the Activity Center.