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Freeman Sweeps Friend Invite - CHAMPS!

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Freeman Sweeps Friend Invite

Freeman vs. Friend 25-15, 25-16 - Championship Match
For the 2nd time in a week, the Freeman Falcons faced the Friend Bulldogs.  The first meeting resulted in a two set win over the Bulldogs in the Freeman Invite.  Friend went on to win the Consolation Bracket.  However, Freeman showed up to play and take the Championship from the hometown team.  
Freeman traded points with Friend to start the first set.  However, Emily Lenners went back to the service line and fiercely served her curve serve for 4 straight aces to give the Lady Falcons a nice lead.  Freeman didn't look back and played to win.  Carley Remmers pounded 11 kills to lead the Lady Falcons.  Marissa Hayes followed with 5 kills as well as Emily Lenners.  Also contributing at the net were Taylor Sugden and Alexis Holland with 2 kills, and Cassidy Mason and Katie Unvert with 1 kill each.  The second set saw a service run by Senior Taylor Sugden with 4 service aces giving the Falcons a nice bump towards the Championship win.  Tori Buhr subbed in for Marissa Haynes back at the service line and had an ace on her first serve.  Digging up the ball to keep the offense going were the following:  Carley Remmers with 9, Taylor Sugden with 7, Emily Lenners with 4, Alexis Holland with 3, Riley Dorn and Marissa Haynes each with 2, and Tori Buhr and Katie Unvert each with 1 dig.
Up next for the Lady Falcons is the Mudecas Tournament.  They are the top seed and will face #8 Pawnee City at 800 at SCC Monday night.  Hope to see you all there!  Go Lady Falcons!
Freeman vs. Meridian 25-18, 25-14
A scrappy and young Meridian team gave their best shot at Freeman but came up short.  Trying to reduce their service errors from the 1st game, the Lady Falcons focused on their serving and passing.  Carley Remmers took control at the net keeping the Lady Mustangs guessing with 12 kills.  Marissa Haynes added some fire at the net with 6 kills, Alexis Holland with 4, Taylor Sugden and Emily Lenners with 3 kills each, and Riley Dorn with 2.  Big blocks at the net by Carley Remmers (3.5), Marissa Haynes (1.5), Emily Lenners (1.5), and Riley Dorn (1.5) frustrated the Meridian players.  Digging up the ball was Carley Remmers with 12 digs.  Taylor Sugden dug up 6 and Emily Lenners had 5.
Freeman vs. Exeter-Milligan 25-14, 25-17
Freeman and Exeter-Milligan decided to start the game off with multiple service errors trading points.  However, when the 1st set was completed the Lady Falcons would have given 7 points to the Lady Timberwolves with missed serves.  Despite the poor service percentage, the Lady Falcons were firing on all cylinders despite playing at 9 am in the morning an hour and 15 minutes from home.
The offense was spread evenly making Freeman tough to beat.  Carley Remmers led all hitters with 7 kills.  Marissa Haynes followed up with 6 kills.  Emily Lenners and Taylor Sugden each had 4 kills, Alexis Holland 2, and Cassidy Mason 1.  Riley Dorn moved the ball around with 18 set assists.  The Lady Falcons put up a solid block at the net and had multiple ace blocks making it tough for the Lady Timberwolves to get their offense going.  Riley Dorn and Carley Remmers each had 2 ace blocks, Marissa Haynes had 1.5 stuffs,, Taylor Sugden 1, and Emily Lenners .5 blocks.  Digging up the ball for Freeman was Taylor Sugden with 9 digs, Alexis Holland with 7, Emily Lenners with 6, Carley Remmers with 5, and Marissa Haynes and Riley Dorn with 3.
Exeter-Milligan is the #2 seeded team for the Mudecas tournament for next week and could meet up with the Falcons again.


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