Cole Camp stays undefeated in conference play


Lady Bluebirds win at Stover in two sets

By Jason Strickland - [email protected]



Aliyah Mitchell slides on the floor to get a dig during Thursday’s match versus Cole Camp.


Savannah Dieckmann gets a kill during Thursday’s match at Stover.


Lady Bluebirds win at Stover in two sets

By Jason Strickland

[email protected]

Aliyah Mitchell slides on the floor to get a dig during Thursday’s match versus Cole Camp.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_SECOND-STOVER.jpgAliyah Mitchell slides on the floor to get a dig during Thursday’s match versus Cole Camp.

Savannah Dieckmann gets a kill during Thursday’s match at Stover.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_LEAD-CC.jpgSavannah Dieckmann gets a kill during Thursday’s match at Stover.

STOVER — Cole Camp won the battle of the unbeaten Kaysinger Conference teams Thursday with a 25-17, 25-20 win at Stover.

With the win, Cole Camp is 8-0 in conference with two games remaining.

Stover is now 8-1 in conference play with one conference game and a non-conference game remaining.

The Lady Bluebirds came out strong in the first set, taking a 10-6 lead.

Stover scored the first four points before Cole Camp got things rolling.

Savannah Dieckmann got two straight kills to make it 8-6 Cole Camp and then she got a block to make it 9-6.

“Savannah is really aggressive,” said Cole Camp coach Abby Massingill. “She never backs down. She goes hard all the time.”

Lyza Jamerson’s kill capped off the 10-2 run. Jamerson had eight kills.

Cole Camp kept its momentum going, taking a 23-12 lead with a Bailey Heimsoth kill. she had nine kills and 12 digs.

“They came out fired up,” said Stover coach Carrie Hewett of Cole Camp. “They were hungry for this game. They wanted it. Offensively, we just backed off of the net I felt like.”

Stover tried to mount a comeback. Taylor Beckmann hit the ball over with two hands for a point to get Stover within 24-16.

Ashley Schroder then tapped the ball down to the floor for make it 24-17, but Jamerson’s kill sealed the first set for Cole Camp.

Schroder had six kills and five digs. Beckmann had six digs.

The second set went back-and-forth.

Aliyah Mitchell got a kill to tie the game up at 20 apiece before Cole Camp went on a 4-0 run.

Mitchell got two straight aces to help Stover get back within 24-23, but Heimsoth got a kill to give Cole Camp the win.

Camp will play at Smithton on Tuesday and host Sacred Heart on Thursday to close out the regular season.

Stover hosts Versailles on Monday and plays at Sacred Heart on Tuesday.

Jason Strickland can be reached at 660-530-0147 or on Twitter @J_Strick_Sports.

Sedalia Democrat

Jason Strickland can be reached at 660-530-0147 or on Twitter @J_Strick_Sports.

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