Laramie Volleyball and Girls’ Swimming Continue Their Success
Two recent matches and two more wins the Laramie Lady Plainsmen volleyball team, who remains undefeated on the season.
Laramie (13-0, 4-0) is the only school in the state without a loss in volleyball this year.
Last Saturday, LHS went on the road to play an interclass match at 3A No. 4 Douglas and swept the Bearcats by scores of 25-21, 25-17, and 25-16.
Head coach Jill Stucky stressed this as a great chance for her team to improve, and she felt they responded.
“We had a great opportunity to play a high-level team and we took advantage of it. We had an outstanding ‘serve and pass’ day.”
Alexis Stucky had 18 kills and 15 digs for the Lady Plainsmen. Halley Feezer and Morgann Jensen added seven kills apiece.
On Tuesday night in Cheyenne, LHS stayed perfect with a 3-0 victory in conference quadrant action over Cheyenne South. The scores of the match were 25-22, 25-10, 25-13.
Alexis Stucky had 19 kills and 12 digs. The offense was spread out after that. Anna Gatlin contributed seven kills, while Maddy Stucky, Morgann Jensen, and Noel Jensen had five kills each. Maddy Stucky added 29 assists, Gatlin had three blocks, and Taylor Tyser finished with a team-high 23 digs. LHS also had nine service aces, four of which were by Feezer.
Laramie is off until Oct. 16 and 17 with matches at Kelly Walsh and Sheridan.
Lady Plainsmen Swimming & Diving
Laramie continued their winning way with three more victories in dual meet competition at home last weekend.
On Friday, the Lady Plainsmen beat Rock Springs 104-to-71. Laramie won ten of the 12 events and was led by Anna Roesler and Ashlyn Mathes, who won two events each.
Saturday was a double-dual with Green River and Evanston in town. LHS beat the Wolves, 100-81, and topped the Red Devils, 127-43. They won nine of the 12 events overall. Roesler, Mathes, and Katie McPherson won two events apiece.
Natalie Six swept both days of diving, as she continues to be ranked as one of the top divers in Class 4A.
Laramie will host Cheyenne Central in a big showdown on Friday at 4 p.m. They also swim against East and South in Cheyenne at South High School on Saturday at 9 a.m.
Laramie Cross Country
Laramie ran at the Wheatland Invitational last Friday.
The Lady Plainsmen took third place behind Cheyenne Central and Natrona County. LHS scored 93 points. Two runners placed in the top 10. Libby Berryhill was seventh, while Addison Forry came in 10th.
Due to some technical issues, the boys’ team scores were not available. Laramie was led by Nate Martin, who placed 12th.
LHS Cross Country concludes its regular season at the Leroy Sprague Invitational in Cheyenne at Prairie View Golf Course on Friday.