CHERRYVALE — Playing their first match in over a week, the Cherryvale Chargers beat West Elk 3-1 (24-26, 25-6, 25-27, 25-14) in a home dual on Saturday morning. The dual match was held in place of the previously scheduled Charger Classic, which was canceled due to scheduling efforts in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mariah Monroy and Joy Renfro dominated the front row for the Chargers, piling up 13 kills apiece while also racking up 16 digs each.
Kobi Pearson complemented the two seniors with 30 assists and seven aces.
“Today showed the hard work the girls have put in the last week with no games,” Cherryvale head coach Aimee Strickland said. “We’ve made a few minor adjustments in our lineup and so far it’s proving to work. Everybody was on. We had six girls in double-digit kill attempts, five girls in double-digit digs. With the hard work they’ve been putting in, and the lineup changes we’ve made, I’m excited to see how we match up against Neodesha on Tuesday.”
Cherryvale is now 5-3 on the season.