The EHS girls volleyball team finished their season on a positive note on Friday afternoon by defeating Elgin in three straight games 25-13, 27-25 and 25-22 at Enterprise.
"I was very happy with the girls, though they have played better," said EHS coach Tammy Crawford.
As a team Enterprise served 91 percent for the match. Jessie Morgan had the hot hand from the service line serving 20/21 including 4 aces.
Morgan showed her skills offensively with four kills and 11 assists. Chelsie Noland and Kayla Stoffel also had a good match from behind the line, serving 90 percent and 100 percent respectively. Stoffel was hitting the ball well over the three game match going 13/14 including three kills.
Overall EHS hit 77 percent as a team. Jennifer McCready had a great night setting with seven assists and one kill to her credit. Kallie Hadden and Stephanie McCready had six and five kills respectively.
"I really felt that we had a season that involved a lot of learning," said EHS coach Tammy Crawford. "We only had two girls with varsity experience."
EHS should have a stronger team next season with six girls returning with experience. "We hope to be a stronger team mentally next year," Crawford said.