Lady Trojans bring home Broken Arrow Invitational title

Lady Trojans bring home Broken Arrow Invitational title

In sports, there is always that point early in a season, where a team finds out what it is capable of that year.

For the Jenks volleyball team, that point came this past weekend in the Broken Arrow Invitational.

The Lady Trojans (11-1) went 5-1 and captured the tournament championship.

On the first day of the tournament last Friday, Jenks won all three of its matches beating Norman North, Broken Arrow and Edmond Memorial.

The following day on Saturday, the Lady Trojans went 2-1. They lost to Washington to open the day but responded by beating Owasso and then Regent Prep in the tournament finals.

Jenks beat Regent Prep 2-1. The Lady Trojans won the first set 25-13, lost the second set 10-25 and then took the third and deciding set in exciting fashion 26-24.

Jenks had 27 kills in the match, 10 serving aces, five blocks, 37 digs and 65 assists.

Mikiah Perdue had eight kills and four blocks, Honda Figueroa had 3 serving aces and 17 assists, and Sophie Bufogle and Megan Salyer each had seven digs.

In the match before the championship bout against Owasso, the Lady Trojans defeated the Lady Rams 2-0. Jenks won the first set 25-15 and the second 25-10.

The Lady Trojans had 25 kills, eight serving aces, 14 blocks, 22 digs and 49 assists.

Adison Morgan had seven kills, Figueroa had four serving aces and 14 assists, Perdue Savanna LaBiche, Maren Johnson and Noelle Prideaux each had 1 block and Salyer had nine digs.

In its only loss of the tournament, Jenks lost to Washington 0-2. The Lady Trojans dropped the first set 15-25 and the second 23-25.

Jenks had 21 kills, two serving aces, one block, 33 digs and 39 assists.

Perdue had six kills, Montes had two serving aces and eight assists, Brynn Roberts had one block and Figueroa, Montes, Cienna Onivia and Salyer each had five digs.

In their last match of the day Friday, the Lady Trojans defeated Edmond Memorial 2-1. Jenks won the first set 25-17, lost the second 23-25 and won the third 25-22.

The Lady Trojans had 29 kills, nine serving aces, five blocks, 45 digs and 72 assists.

Perdue had eight kills and tree blocks, Montes had three serving aces, Salyer had 16 digs and Onivia had 15 assists.

It is second match on Friday, Jenks beat tournament host Broken Arrow 2-1. The Lady Trojans won the first set 27-25, lost the second 17-25 and won the third 25-15.

Jenks had 35 kills, six serving aces, five blocks, 51 digs and 69 assists.

Perdue had nine kills, Bufogle and Figueroa each had two serving aces, Perdue and Prideaux each had three blocks, Salyer had 13 digs and Figueroa had 15 assists.

In their first match of the tournament on Friday, the Lady Trojans defeated Norman North 2-0. Jenks won the first set 25-21 and the second 25-19.

The Lady Trojans had 26 kills, five serving aces, two blocks, 33 digs and 50 assists.

Perdue had nine kills and two blocks, Roberts, and Montes each had two serving aces, Montes and Salyer each had nine digs and Montes had 18 assists.

Jenks hosted Muskogee Tuesday and the Lady Trojans made quick work of the Lady Roughers 3-0. Jenks won the first set 25-1, the second 25-6 and the third 25-11.

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Kyle Salomon

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