RAYNE HIGH LADY WOLVES VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Members of the Rayne High School 2017-2018 Lady Wolves Volleyball Team include, seated from left, Kennedie Bourgeois, Peyton Richard, Kendal Edmond, Trinity Axtell, Destini Carrier, Savanna LaCombe, Lindsey Batten; kneeling, manager Nikki Guilbeaux, Hannah McKenzie, Ti’Esha Young, Emma Pastor, Morley Richard, manager Madeleine Deville; standing front row, Lexie Marks, Lilly Roberts, Kassidie Bourgeois, JaLayna Wilridge, Nae Francis, Makayla Dronet, Camille McClelland, Elizabeth Daigle; back row, Ava Thibodeaux, Halle Young, Taylor Bias, Coach Stephanie Garrett, Kameron Brown, Gabrielle Hanks, Tatum Comeaux and Chesalyn Portalis. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Lady Wolves show promise as district approaches
RAYNE - The Rayne High Lady Wolves Volleyball Team are well into the 2017-2018 season and are showing improvement as noted by Head Coach Stephanie Garrett.
“We’re still collecting our bearings,” Garrett stated as her Lady Wolves are readying for district play next week. “But, we are showing some progress as we get farther in the schedule. I hope our players can remain at the level they need to pull out the wins we need once district begins.”
The Lady Wolves collected a 2-1 tally in both the Westlake and Carencro Tournaments.
At Westlake, they claimed wins over North Vermilion and Sulphur but fell to hosting Westlake.
Leading the offense were Emma Pastor, Hannah McKenzie, Taylor Thevis, Destini Carrier, Kendal Edmond, Savanna LaCombe and Keenedie Bourgeois.
Assists were led by Lindsey Batten, Hannah McKenzie and Destini Carrier.
At Carencro, the Lady Wolves collected wins over North Vermilion and Hamilton Christian, with the offense led by Destini Carrier, Hannah McKenzie and TiEsha Young in assists.
Leading kills for the tournament were Kendal Edmond, Savanna LaCombe, Peyton Richard, Hannah McKenzie and Taylor Thevis.
Rayne High was scheduled to host Carencro on Tuesday and Northside today (Thursday).
They will travel to the Barbe Tournament this weekend, followed by a road game Tuesday before beginning district play on Thursday (Sept. 21) as they host Northwest.