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Cedar Springs volleyball sweeps Ottawa Hills

Senior setter, Makenna Outwin (#1) puts up a set for the offense.
Libero Josie Kenyon (red jersey) and outside hitter Courtney Page ready on serve receive

The Red Hawk Volleyball program commenced conference play on Thursday, September 9, and each team recorded victories over Ottawa Hills in front of an enthusiastic and supportive home crowd. Freshmen and Junior Varsity opened the evening with Freshmen winning in 2 sets (25-15 ;25-14) while JV won in a tight three set match (25-20; 14-25; 15-13). The Varsity team concluded the night with a solid 3-0 victory (25-11; 25-14; 25-20), improving their overall record to 5-4 and conference record to 1-0.
Leading the Varsity Lady Red Hawks on the night were Middle Blocker Alyssa Detweiller with 4 kills, 2 blocks, 5 aces and 14 service points. Setter Makenna Outwin tallied 3 kills, 8 assists, 4 digs, 8 aces and 13 service points. Aaliyah Calkins contributed 2 kills, 2 digs and 6 aces, Courtney Page added 2 kills, 1 block and 9 serve receptions while Aspen Haywood recorded 3 aces, 7 service points and 2 digs. Libero Josie Kenyon led the defense with 4 digs and 9 serve receptions

Courtney Page (#10) goes up for an attack with teammates Aaliyah Calkins (#3), Alyssa Detweiller (#8) and Makenna Outwin (#1) cover.

“We are proud of the way the girls came out strong to open conference play,” said Head Coach Ashley Lowing. “We look forward to building off this win as we enter the heart of conference play this week.” 

Volleyball continues Conference competitions when they travel to Kenowa Hills on Tuesday, September 14 and then host Forest Hills Eastern on Thursday, September 16.  Freshmen and JV begin at 5pm, followed by Varsity at 6th pm both nights. Varsity then travels to Zeeland East on Saturday, September 18 for tournament competition beginning at 9am.

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