Staying Strong

Staying Strong

Set 1

Keyano 25 Kings 18

Huskies going against a few triple blocks take a 13-8 lead.

A quick set with Huskies' jump serves playing a crucial role.

A couple of net violations by Huskies allow Kings to stay close.

Set 2

Keyano 25 Kings 16

Don Campbell one-on-one block makes it Keyano 5-2

Teams trading points with Eagles going up 12-9 on a Chad Newton back row attack.

Huskies go on a four-point run with Levi Bruner serving to regain the lead 13-12.

A Liam Matheson kill makes it 16-13 Huskies with Eagles' head coach Brian Piers signaling for a time out.

Matheson with a magnificent back row Bango makes it 20-14.

Set 3

Keyano 25 Kings 22

Huskies start out a bit sloppy on reception mode to go down 4-7.

A Delorme kill finds open court to silent the visitors with his team down 6-9.

A Kelly Woods kill brings Huskies back 17-18 with Eagles taking a timeout rest.

Home Hardware Player of the Game for Keyano is Kelly Woods 29 assists 6 digs 3 kills

Huskies other stars were Justin Delorme 15 kills 4 blocks 3 digs, Liam Matheson 11 kills 2 service aces 4 digs 2 blocks

Eagles POG Chad Netwon.

 

Keyano Huskies 17 matches won 1 match lost 52 sets won 10 sets lost (Ranked No. 3 in Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association polls)

Up next: Away against the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves February 1-2, 2019

 

Photo: Don Campbell

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