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HAVILAND – In the last regular season match at the ‘Palace’ for Wayne Trace, it was the host Lady Raiders who held on to post a five-set win over visiting Edgerton in Green Meadows Conference volleyball action Tuesday night.

Wayne Trace appeared ready to close out the match quickly, winning game one 26-24 before following that up with a 25-16 set two victory.

However, the visiting Bulldogs had other ideas.

Edgerton rebounded for a 25-20 win in the third set and then added a 25-23 victory in game four to even that match at two games each.

The red, white and blue, though, answered by winning the decisive fifth set 15-9 to improve to 10-11 overall and 3-3 in the Green Meadows Conference. Edgerton falls to 6-15 overall and 1-5 in the league.

Miriam Sinn picked up 43 digs to lead the way for Wayne Trace with Kaitlin Vest and Kylie Pfeiffer both chipping in three digs.

Katie Stoller recorded five kills, one block, one ace and nine digs while also dishing out 44 assists for Wayne Trace. Katrina Stoller chipped in 17 kills, 14 digs and an ace and Morgan Hefner posted a dozen kills, one block and eight digs.

Rachel Stoller aided the Raider cause with nine kills, seven blocks, four digs and two aces with Gracie Shepherd putting down a dozen kills and added five digs and two blocks. Morgan Hefner finished the match with a dozen kills, one block and eight digs.

Edgerton took the junior varsity match in three sets, overcoming a 25-19 Wayne Trace win in the first set by taking game two 26-24 and winning the third set 25-19.

Tianna Cooper had six aces for the Lady Raiders with Molly Shepherd recording two. Abbie Stoller, Malia Wittwer and Sydnee Sinn all had one for the red, white and blue.

Cooper and Wittwer led the way for Wayne Trace in kills with nine and seven, respectively, while Christina Graham posted five and Sydnee Sinn had four. Shepherd and Carlee Mead both had two slams and Stoller finished with one.

Shepherd dished out 26 assists for the Lady Raiders while Graham added an assist and Sydnee Sinn picked up a block.

Graham topped Wayne Trace with 17 digs and Stoller picked up 13. Others aiding the red, white and blue cause included Sydnee Sinn (ten digs), Brandy Miller (seven digs), Molly Shepherd (five digs), Tianna Cooper (two digs), Malia Wittwer (two digs) and Carlee Mead (one dig).

The Lady Bulldogs also won the freshman match, taking the first 25-9 before following that up with a 25-8 win in set two.