The roll continued Tuesday night for the Windsor volleyball team.
The Wizards beat Skyline in three sets, 25-8, 25-8, 25-14 to move to 4-0 on the season without losing a set.
Windsor asserted its dominance right from the start, reaching double-digits before Skyline scored its first points of the match. The Wizards easily cruised to a 2-0 lead on the match, the only question going into the third set is if intensity would drop off.
“What I really thought we did well was we stayed focused,” coach LaVerne Huston said after the match. “One of Skyline’s better players goes down (with a shoulder injury) and we could have gotten a little lackadaisical on the court or just let up a little on intensity, but we didn’t. I thought we did a nice job of staying focused.”
Bekka Mikkelson got Windsor started with solid serving early and she ended the match with seven aces. Rikki Huston added four aces of her own.
Anytime Skyline did get an attack going, Taylor Pribble got the dig and when Windsor was able to run its offense in system, there was nothing Skyline could do to stop it.
The Wizards, state semifinalists a year ago, next play on Thursday at Mead.
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