SJHS, PHS, WCHS claim volleyball wins last week

Tryve Brackin
FIRST YEAR...Skylar O’Bear is a varsity starter for the first time this season for the White Castle High Lady Bulldogs, who are off to a winning start on the volleyball court.

Iberville’s trio of St. John, Plaquemine, and White Castle all claimed volleyball victories last week in the court and net sport.

Following are results:

SJHS: The Lady Eagles moved to a parish best record of 12-3 with a pair of regular season game victories last week over upper classification Donaldsonville High and another Division V opponent False River Academy.

Coach Chase Mancuso’s Eagle girls swept Donaldsonville in three sets by scores of 25-10, 25-8, and 25-19 on the eve of weekend tournament participation.

Francesca Louviere led the way for the Lady Eagles with eight kills and a trio of aces. Macy Williamson had six kills and five aces, while Jessie Brown chipped in seven aces and five kills.

Against False River the St. John girls won the first and second sets by scores of 25-17 and 25-14, but lost their bid for a sweep by falling 25-19. The Eagles rallied to win it with a final 27-25 score.

Louviere led the way for the locals with 13 kills, five digs, and four aces. Brown contributed eight kills and a trio of digs, while Kamryn Theriot had five aces and six digs.

WCHS: The Lady Bulldogs swept neighboring Donaldsonville High in three sets by scores of 25-10, 25-14, and 25-9 to up their season mark to 12-4 early last week.

Delicia Landry led the way for WCHS with seven assists, three aces, and a pair of digs. Meshon Governor added a trio of kills, a pair of aces, and a block. Skylar O’Bear contributed four aces, a pair of kills, and a pair of assists.

PHS: The Lady Green Devils pulled closer to .500 ball early last week with a sweep of Northeast High.

Plaquemine won by set scores of 25-20, 25-20, and 25-19 to up their season mark to 6-8.

SECOND YEAR...Kamryn Theriot is in her second year as a varsity volleyball player for St. John High. She and her teammates are having one of the school’s most successful seasons thus far.