By: Alex Hawleyahawley@heartlandpublications.com
September 19, 2012
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant volleyball team and Tolsia battled closely through the first four games Tuesday night in Mason County, but the fifth game belonged entirely to the Lady Knights.
PPHS (7-9) won the opening game of the night 25-21, but dropped the next three games 25-21, and 25-21 to the Lady Rebels (1-5). The Lady Knights won the fourth game 25-18 and the fifth game 15-3 to take the match.
Brooke Entingh led the Lady Knights with 19 points, followed by Charlie Leach had 16 points. Kaci Riffle and Megan Bates both had 10 points, while Hannah Smith and Megan Davis each had nine points for PPHS. Makennah Lewis rounded out the Point Pleasant scoring with two points in the contest. Entingh had five aces, followed by Smith with four aces and Leach with three. Riffle, Bates and Davis each finished with two aces.
Riffle led the net attack for the Lady Knights with 10 kills, followed by Bates with five and Davis with four. Lewis had three kills, Leach and Beth Porter each had two kills, while Entingh and Rebecca Musgrave finished with one kill apiece for Point Pleasant.Riffle had four blocks on the night while Bates finished with two.
Entingh led PPHS with nine assists, followed by Leach with eight, and Davis with four. Riffle had two assists and Bates had one to round out the Point Pleasant total. Karissa Cochran led the Lady knights in digs with 19, followed by Entingh with 10 and Leach with nine. Bates and Davis each had eight digs, while Riffle and Lewis finished with seven. Porter finished with four digs and Musgrave finished with two digs in the victory.
This is Point Pleasant’s second win over the Lady Rebels this season, the first came in straight games on September 11th in Glenhayes.