HAVEN – On Saturday, the Inman volleyball team spent the day participating in the Haven Coleman Classic and came home with a 4-1 record and in second place.
“The girls had a great tournament as they never gave up no matter what the score was and fought hard in many matches to overcome point deficits,” noted Lady Teuton head coach Megan Heckel.
Of the ten girls named to the all-tournament team, the Lady Teutons placed three girls on it including Suttyn Harris, Chloe Schmidt, and Kambrey Woods.
As for the matches, Inman lost their opening match in straight sets to tournament champion Cheney, 17-25, 13-25 before bouncing back and fighting for a straight set victory that only had five points separating them and Garden Plain at 30-28, 25-22.
Inman went to three sets for wins in their next two matches, beating Haven 25-20, 20-25, 25-8 followed up with a win over Kingman 20-25, 25-17, 25-20.
The Lady Teutons then closed out the day with a straight set win over Hutchinson Trinity Catholic 25-13, 25-23.
Suttyn Harris played like a champion, recording 96 kills out of 156 attacks while also making 11 blocks and getting 28 digs for the day.
Chloe Schmidt proved her worth for the all-tournament team by recording 30 kills out of 81 attacks and getting 15 blocks as well.
Kambrey Woods finished the day going 49/49 on serving while making 20 digs and helping on 118 attacks.
Both Maci Neufeld and Madelyn Brunk recorded 27 digs each as well.
Next up for the Inman Lady Teutons will be a hosting a dual on Tuesday with Hutchinson Trinity.
INMAN TEUTON VOLLEYBALL at Haven Coleman Classic
Team Standings: 1. Cheney; 2. LADY TEUTONS; 3. Garden Plain; 4. Kingman; 5. Haven; 6. Hutchinson Trinity Catholic.
Cheney – lost 17-25; 13-25
Garden Plain – won 30-28; 25-22
Haven – won 25-20, 20-25, 25-8
Kingman – won 20-25, 25-17, 25-20
Hutchinson Trinity Catholic – won 25-13, 25-23
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