FAIRVIEW — Tuesday night the Corry girls volleyball team rebounded from a weak performance against Fort LeBoeuf to take an important match from significantly improved Fairview, winning in four games 28-26, 15-25, 25-14, 25-17.
The team was led by Brooklyn Goodsel with 13 kills, Karlie Bailey and Janele Greer with seven kills each, and Kayla Stover with six kills.
Hannah Kondrlik set the way with 28 assists, three kills, eight digs and two service aces. Freshman Abby Gluvna and Emily Zaczkiewicz provided the defense to keep the offense running in transition (from defense to offense) with 17 and 13 digs, respectively. Darla Brown had a key back row attack for a kill during the important third game to go along with her seven defensive digs.
The team had a season-high 25 blocks, with Stover contributing eight, Gluvna six and Goodsel five.
“The keys to the match was our passing, which improved considerably as the night progressed, and regaining the confidence that we could play as fast or faster than the competition,” reported coach Kelly Goodsel. “Our primary passers are still very young, resulting in some inconsistencies and lapses in confidence. As the team and them individually are successful, that confidence grows and the offense gets better and better.
See Wednesday, October 19, 2011 issue of The Journal for complete story.