Showing little negative effects from losing its first match of the season two nights earlier, the Coupeville High School volleyball team stopped Sultan 3-1 Wednesday, Oct. 9, in the annual Dig Pink contest.
The Wolves, trimmed in pink on cancer awareness night, defeated the Turks 25-10, 25-9, 23-25, 25-15.
“It was good to get back after it and get a win again,” Coupeville coach Cory Whitmore said. “We had a productive practice with a very productive team meeting and we went after making adjustments to not having Chelsea (Prescott) for the time being.”
Prescott is out after suffering an injury in Monday’s loss to King’s.
“We had a beautiful Dig Pink Night put on by our volunteer parents, community members and John Fisken,” Whitmore added. “The event was fantastic and the turnout was great with incredible energy as we played for a very important cause.”
Maya Toomey-Stout had a monster match for Coupeville, recording 19 kills, four aces and eight digs.
Hannah Davidson added 11 kills, two aces and two blocks, while Scout Smith chipped in with 34 assists, three aces and six digs.
Zoe Trujillo finished with 7 kills and Maddie Vondrak had four.
Trujillo also had eight digs, Raven Vick four and Lucy Sandahl and Emma Mathusek three each.
Vick added three aces and Sandahl a block.