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Freeman Outlasts Palmyra, Advances to Champ Game

25-15, 22-25, 25-22

25-15, 22-25, 25-22
Serving errors were almost the death of the Lady Falcons for their 2nd round match of the Mudecas tourney held in Beatrice at SCC Tuesday night.  With 9 serving errors, 5 of them in the 3rd set, Freeman managed to capitalize on their offense to overset the errors.

The 1st set started out with Carley Remmers slamming down the first 4 kills.  Marissa Haynes added 4 kills and Taylor Sugden had 2.  The Lady Falcons were led by tough play at the net by Emily Lenners putting up 2 ace blocks, making it tough for the Lady Panthers to get in a rhythm.  Freeman rolled through the 1st set with a decent lead.

The 2nd set was started with 2 service errors by Freeman.  Palmyra took advantage of the errors and attacked the Lady Falcons with a vengeance.  Palmyra got Freeman down by 8-9 points throughout the set.  With their backs against the wall, the Lady Falcons stormed back making play after play.  Marissa Haynes added 3 ace blocks and 6 kills.  Riley Dorn had 11 set assists.  After a strategic time out called by Palmyra, the Lady Falcons simmered down after regrouping to a 22-19 deficit.  The Lady Panthers were too much at the end of the 2nd set and the Lady Falcons had let too many points go allowing Palmyra to finish.

Freeman took a healthy lead in the 3rd set, however, saw Palmyra clawing their way back.  Carley Remmers had 9 kills to lead the Lady Falcons to victory.  Marissa Haynes and Riley Dorn combined for 4 blocks making it difficult for the Panthers to attack.  Despite having 5 serving errors, the Lady Falcons finished the set and match, advancing to the Championship game on Thursday against BDS at 800 at SCC.

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