RAYNE DOUBLE BLOCK - Rayne’s Kendal Edmond, left, and Peyton Richard, right, go up for a double bock during Lady Wolves volleyball action. Rayne will host Church Point on Tuesday during their annual “Senior Night” match. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Lady Wolves continue district action
The Rayne HIgh Volleyball Team have seen their ups and downs during the 2016 season as they have posted a 6-13 overall record thus far, but an impressive 5-2 district tally.
In a road district contest at Crowley on Tuesday, the Lady Wolves needed four games to defeat the Ladies.
Destiny Alleman and Emma Pastor shared net duties as both center hitters recorded seven kills on the day. Alleman had one block, as did Destini Carrier who also posted two kills.
Leading with assists were Whitney Comeaux (11) and Tajané Butler (10), while Madison Lavergne (7) and Savanna LaCombe (5) recorded back row digs.
In a home contest held Thursday, the Lady Wolves fell to Iota in three games.
Net play was limited for Rayne with kill stats led by Destiny Alleman with five. Comeaux, Carrier and Butler led in assists, while Tiesha Young tallied 12 digs on the day.
In a home non-district contest held Monday, the Lady Wolves fell to Sam Houston in a three game match.
Butler led Rayne kills with two, while Edmond netted a block during the match.
A limited offense saw three assists by Alleman, with Trinity Axtell recording six digs on defense.
The Lady Wolves were scheduled to meet Northwest High near Opelousas on Tuesday, followed by a home match against Eunice High on Wednesday due to the Rice Festival schedule.
Plans are being made for “Senior Night” on Oct. 25 when Rayne High will host Church Point. All senior members of the Lady Wolves Volleyball Team will be recognized during spe