ACCC nets road win



October 19, 2010 - 12:00 AM

MIAMI, Okla. — Breaking out of a six-match losing skid, Allen County Community College’s Red Devils proved too much for host Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Monday.
Allen County decked the Lady Norse 25-5, 25-20, 25-22. Also, it was the first time the Red Devils have won on the road in six matches.
“A little bit of time paid off for us. A lot worked for us (Monday night),” said Jessica Peters, ACCC head coach.
Blocking. Peters said the Red Devils were able to shut down any option NEO had at the net and when a ball was not blocked by ACCC, it was hit out by NEO.
Serving. The Red Devils had two huge service runs in the first set. Andrea Miller served 10 consecutive points including three aces. Allison Jenicke served up five straight.
“We only had four errors out of 75 total team serves. We were at the service line often and earned 31 kills as a team,” Peters said.
Coverage. Peters said the Red Devils covered their attackers well, picking up a blocked ball and setting another option to claim a kill.
Miller put the ball away seven times for kills out of 15 attacks. Miller also had three solo blocks and one block assist.
Fellow sophomore Nicole Rockhold led the Red Devils in kills with 13 and had an assisted block.
Miller and Rockhold will be honored Wednesday as Allen County plays its final home match of the season. Cottey College comes in for a 6:30 p.m. contest.
Jenicke put down seven kills, had two solo blocks and two assisted. Leesha Plagens had two solo blocks and to assisted blocks.
Erika Mack was credited with 17 set assists and Casey Droddy had eight assists. Rockhold and Jenicke each had two ace serves.
Nicole Reed came up with 12 digs and Jenicke had 11 digs. Rockhold had eight digs and Mack had seven.
Allen County is 14-18 overall.
The Red Devils, 3-6 in Jayhawk Eastern Division play, have two more division matches next week.

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