UP WITH A SET - Rayne’s Whitney Comeaux sets up a kill during Lady Wolves’ volleyball action. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Lady Wolves prepare for state volleyball playoffs
The Rayne High Volleyball Team completed district play Tuesday with a win over Church point and a 8-2 final district tally, finishing the 2016-2017 season as district runner-up.
Coach Stephanie Garrett and her Lady Wolves are now waiting for the brackets to be released this weekend; at which time, they will be informed of their opponent in the first round of the 2016 state volleyball playoffs.
During a Tuesday matchup with intra-parish rival Church Point, the Lady Wolves collected their final district win of the season.
In recent action, the Lady Wolves also claimed district wins over Northwest and Eunice.
In the Northwest win, Rayne was led at the net by Emma Pastor with six kills, three aces and two blocks.
A number of kills were also spread among her teammates, including Kennedie Bourgeois (2), Natalie Alleman, Kendal Edmond, Hannah McKenzie, Peyton Richard, Tiesha Young, Destiny Alleman, Tajane Butler, Savanna LaCombe (3), Destini Carrier and Lindsey Batten. Whitney Comeaux led with eight assists, along with Butler with four and three by Batten.
In their win over Eunice, Tajane Butler and Natalie Alleman led net play. Butler tallied seven kills with Alleman with five. Whitney Comeaux led with 12 assists, nine aces and three digs, while Butler also tallied eight assists. Madison Lavergne was tough on the back row with six digs.
The Lady Wolves were scheduled to participate in their annual “Senior Night” program Tuesday afternoon, followed by the “Pink Game” Wednesday at Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau.
Rayne High will finish up their regular season schedule this weekend as they will participate in the Spooktacular Tournament in Cade hosted by Episcopal School of Acadiana.