bergan volleyball centennial

Archbishop Bergan’s Haley Kempf (6) and Allie DeGroff (7) combine for a block during a Centennial Conference Tournament match against Wahoo Neumann at Aquinas High School in David City on Saturday. The pair helped Bergan win two matches at a triangular at Logan View High on Tuesday.

The Fremont Bergan volleyball team bounced back from a tough weekend at the Centennial Conference Tournament to pick up a pair of wins at a triangular at Logan View High School on Tuesday night.

The Lady Knights took their first game against the host school Logan View 25-12, 25-6 before capping off the night with another two-set victory, beating Oakland-Craig 25-9, 25-9.

According to Bergan coach Sue Wewel, the Lady Knights were able to play their game and take control of both matches early on.

“We were ‘in system’ most of the night and we were able to take control the matches by serving well, serve receiving well, and putting up a nice block,” Wewel said.

In the first match against the Raiders, Bergan was led by Allie DeGroff who finished with 13 points and five kills, while Allison Dieckmann and Kaia McIntyre each pitched in 11 points of their own.

At the net, the Lady Knights were led by Lexie Langley who finished with nine kills, she was followed by Haley Kempf with six kills and Lauren Baker with four.

Dieckmann also finished with 22 set assists, and Megan Dahlhauser managed 7 digs in the victory.

“Allison Dieckmann distributed the ball well to all our hitters and I thought that we put up a nice block in the front row,” Wewel said.

In their second win on the night over Oakland-Craig, the Lady Knights were a picture of consistency as they gave up only nine points each on their way to a two-set victory.

In that contest, Langley again led the Lady Knights in kills as she finished with 11 while adding seven digs in the match. DeGroff finished the match with six kills and 10 digs, while Baker finished with five kills.

Senior Libero Dahlhauser again led the Lady Knights in digs, finishing with eight to go along with seven points in the match.

“She (Dahlhauser) received the ball well and had some excellent digs in both matches,” Wewel said.

Dieckmann finished the match against Oakland-Craig with seven points, 18 set assists and six digs and Kempf finished with 10 points, as well as two kills and two blocks.

Bergan will continue their season on Thursday as they travel to Columbus to take on Scotus at 7 p.m.

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