Cowgirl players rank well in NCC final stats

  With all teams no longer playing, the North Central Conference final stat rankings have been made available. Several Clarion-Goldfield Cowgirl players are ranked highly in the various stat categories.

  The varsity team finished 19-14 overall in matches and 53-39 in sets played, with a 6-3 conference match record and 21-12 set record. The Cowgirl JV was 10-5 overall and 21-14 in sets, with a 7-2 conference mark (tied for second) and a 14-7 set record. The Cowgirl freshmen were 12-13 overall and 25-27 in sets, with a 5-4 conference match record (fifth) and a 10-11 set record.

  Individually, Hope Polzin was tied for fourth in serve efficiency with a .986 percent success rate. Her 138 successful serves (out of 140) ranks her fifth in that stat, and her 18 aces puts her second. Mara Warnke was 11th with a .971 efficiency, and she finished right behind Polzin with 136 successful serves (out of 140) with six of those for aces. Jossie Sann finished tied for 13th with a .965 efficiency, making 82 of 85 with one ace.

  Jenalee Hinkle was ninth in assists, making 127 sets for points for a 4.23 average per set played. Maddie Disney was right behind in 10th with 138 total for a 4.18 average. Celeste Swanson was fourth in total kills with 106 and also fourth in average with 3.21 per set played. Even with limited court time this year, Sann still finished fifth in average with 3.11 and 10th in total kills with 84. She was also 14th in kill efficiency with .228, recording only 26 errors in 254 attack attempts.

  Polzin was third in digs with 171 total and 5.18 average per set. Swanson finished 14th with 101 total and a 3.06 average, and Disney was tied for 19th with 88 total and 2.67 per set. Sann finished 12th in blocks, making 15 solo and nine assists for 0.89 per set. Celeste Swanson was 16th with 19 solo and three assists for a 0.67 average, Hannah TerHark 18th with 11 solo and seven assists for a 0.60 average and Lili Swanson 20th with eight solo and nine assists for 0.52 average.