Shenandoah started slow in the first set vs Lapel then quickly got into rhythm and by the end of the day won 6 straight sets on their way to improving to 13-4 on the season and 3-0 in MEC play.
Scores with Lapel were: 25-18, 25-16, and 25-16.
The Raiders got consistent hitting from Jenna Stewart, Erikka Hill, Audrey Duncan and Kara Surguy. Stewart and Hill were also key blockers and Kamryn Buck did a great job distributing the ball to her hitters. The Raiders also got a nice all-around performance from senior Allison King. King served well, was steady in her passing and also provided some outside hitting this morning. The final key to the win was the return of libero Bridget Lohrey. Lohrey had been out with an ankle injury since the start of the season but after being back for 4 matches now has shaken off the rust and will be critical for improving this team as we head into some key matches.
The Raiders will be home to Tri on Wednesday and then will face a key conference battle with Blue River Valley on Saturday night Sept 14.