Net results

The host Stettler Wildcats split their home games last week in senior girls’ high school volleyball action last Thursday night

Abby Tizzard (10) and Kennidy Fisher (12) block against the Cougars in front of teammate Brooke Torgerson (15). The Wildcats visit Wetaskiwin this week before playing in a senior girls’ weekend tournament at Rimbey.

The host Stettler Wildcats split their home games last week in senior girls’ high school volleyball action last Thursday night at the William E. Hay gymnasium.

As part of four-team interlock play, Stettler edged Innisfail 17-15 in the tiebreaking third game, before losing two straight to a Notre Dame powerhouse from Red Deer.

The Wildcats showed resiliency against Innisfail, bouncing back from a six-point deficit in the deciding game.

Jamie Ternes was chosen the Wildcats’ player of the match for her consistent play as a setter.

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