Coach Brittany Eisenmann trying to fire up the girls

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The Wakefield Lady Trojan volleyball team traveled to south central Nebraska last week to take on the Cross County Cougars in the C2-3 Nebraska State Activities Association’s 2022 District finals.
The Lady Trojans won their sub-district with clean sweeps of Omaha Nation and Pender, but fell to the Cross County Cougars, who also won their sub-district, in a reversal of roles, 3-0, in Stromsburg last Saturday, Oct. 29. The loss knocked the Lady Trojans out of their 2022 state bid.
“This team fought hard and pushed each other since day one to get us to that district final game against Cross County” said coach Brittany Eisenmann.  “Although the end to our season wasn’t quite what we had hoped, we couldn’t be more proud of what these girls have accomplished throughout the season. ‘
Wakefield got a bit shell-shocked in the first set against Cross County, falling 25-10, but rebounded in the second to bring the set to 25-23, but it also went in favor of the Cougars. In the third, the Lady Trojans lost 25-18, bringing the three-set loss to a close.
The Lady Trojans ended the season with a 24-10 record, 5-0 in their district, with wins over Plainview, West Point-Beemer, Pender, Bancroft-Rosalie, Madison, Lyons-Decatur Northeast, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, Lutheran High Northeast, Pender, Walthill, LCC, Wynot, Wausa, Hartington-NewCastle, Crofton, Ponca, Creighton, Tri-County Northeast, H-NC, Plainview (on an 11 game winning streak), Homer, Winnebago, Omaha Nation, and Pender.
In the final Cross County game, the Lady Trojans’ attacking stats were led by Alex Arenas and Daveigh Munter-McAfee, both of whom had 11 kills. Alli Brown had three, MaKenna Decker had two and Katie Borg had one.
Serving for the Lady Trojans were Alli Brown, Jordan Metzler and Alex Arenas each with one ace serve.
Defensive digs were totaled up by Katie Borg with 11, Alex Arenas with 10, Munter-McAfee with eight, Metzler with five, and Alli Brown and MaKenna Decker with three each.
Jordan Metzler posted most of the team’s sets with 21 credited to her account.
Katie Borg was leader in receiving with 36 total good receptions from the Cougars, and Munter-McAfee was second with 14. Alex Arenas had nine and Alli Brown marked eight.
On the season as a whole Eisenmann had this to say about her team. “We saw so much growth in individuals throughout the season which in turn improved our team play. As much as we have improved, we know that it will only get better from here. With a heartbreaking loss in district finals this year, we hope to return next fall with a fire burning us throughout the season, eager to punch that state ticket. I am so very proud of the girls this year and I am very excited to see what the future holds for this team.”
She also commented about departing seniors Alex Arenas, MaKenna Decker Kasey Sullivan, and Brianna Martinez. “To our seniors, Alex, Makenna, Brianna and Kasey - you will be dearly missed and I will forever be proud of how hard you girls work and the love you have for your team and for volleyball. “