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PREP ROUNDUP: Domke sets new records in Onaway volleyball victory

ONAWAY–The Onaway volleyball team went wire-to-wire with Inland River Inland Lakes on Tuesday and came out a winner.

Breya Domke set two new school records and the Cardinals rallied to beat the Bulldogs in five sets: 25-10, 15-25, 25-19, 16-25 and 15-12.

Domke set new marks for attacks in a match with 100 and kills in a match with 25. Both numbers bettered the marks set by Lexi Szymoniak of 87 and 23 respectively.

Onaway trailed 11-7 in the deciding set and rallied back to improve to 2-0 in Ski Valley Conference play.

“It was about avoiding errors and they team that did that usually won the set,” Onaway coach Steve Watson said. “They were pretty on par with us and it was like whoever could get to 20 the fastest would win it.”

Domke finished the night with 25 kills, three aces, 29 digs and two blocks. Mallorie Neelis had four kills, 34 assists and 18 digs. Jordan Larson had 15 digs. Chloe Ehrke had three aces, three kills and 13 digs, Jackie Sellke had four kills and six aces and Malaurie McLean had 14 digs.

“We came out playing well and got them off their game. They’ve got some big hitters and we were able to block them,” Watson said. “We were pushed hard in a meaningful match (and won).”

Onaway plays in a tournament at Morley-Stanwood on Saturday and plays at Fife Lake Forest Area on Tuesday.

Oscoda 3, Rogers City 1

ROGERS CITY–A slow start got the better of the Rogers City volleyball team on Tuesday in a four-set loss to Oscoda on Tuesday.

Oscoda won 10-25, 11-25, 26-24 and 21-25.

Kyrsten Altman had two kills and 11 digs for the Hurons and Brooke Saile had three kills, two aces and 10 digs. Jeffra Dittmar had four kills, two aces and nine digs and Kristin Brege had 11 assists and 10 digs. Lauren Andrews added two aces.

“Oscoda came in strong and it was good to see that kind of competition,” Rogers City coach Erin Brege said. “We had a slow start, but with some rotational adjustments it was nice to see the girls come back, it was great to win the third set and it was good to see us end well.”

Rogers City (1-2 North Star League) plays at Fairview on Thursday.