Enterprise High School’s volleyball team came up on the short end against Stanfield, Pilot Rock and Grant Union in action this past week.
Enterprise fell in a five-set matchup against Stanfield Oct. 11, 16-25, 27-25, 25-16, 26-28, 7-15.
Lexie Gassett had 28 digs, Shelby Moncrief had 15 kills, Claire Farwell served 26 for 27 with seven aces.
“My two seniors, Shelby and Lexie, played one of their best matches of the year,” said coach Lisa Farwell. “They were hitting the ball well and playing excellent defense.”
Farwell noted that as a team, the girls worked hard against Stanfield.
“But just as we’ve done all season, we gave them the first and last set with our unforced errors,” she said.
The Lady Outlaws fell in straight sets to Grant Union –– 10-25, 16-25, 9-25 –– and Pilot Rock –– 14-25, 16-25, 18-25 –– Oct. 13.
Gassett and Moncrief each had 18 digs, Carsyn Miller went 16 for 17 serving with five aces.
“We were missing two starters this weekend, and our adjusted line up gave us some trouble,” Farwell said. “We came out flat against both teams and couldn’t recover enough to take a set from either.” Farwell said Ella Anderson, Kasey Duncan and Asiya Salim had excellent games.
EHS was scheduled to finish the season with a league game Oct. 16 at Weston.