WARSAW – The Warsaw volleyball team had a week to think about back-to-back losses.
The Tigers made sure to return to their winning ways on Thursday night.
Host Warsaw, the defending Northern Lakes Conference champion, dispatched of Goshen 3-0 in league play.
The Tigers, who lost at home to Class 3-A power Mishawaka Marian and to Elkhart Memorial in the NLC opener last week, beat the Redskins 25-20 25-7, 25-20.
Junior Katie Voelz and senior Laura Craig provided the power at the net for the Tigers. Voelz slammed 11 kills and Craig knocked down 10 in the win.
Craig led the winners with three blocks, while both Voelz and Jordyn Lindeman each had two. Voelz, Cassie Hoag, Emily Poe and Megan Chauncey each had two service aces.
Peyton Adamiec led the winning defense with 10 digs and Hoag added six. Setters Hoag and Chauncey had 16 and 15 assists respectively.
The Tigers improve to 6-2 overall and 1-1 in the NLC.
Warsaw took the junior varsity match by a 25-17, 25-18 final.
Courtney Steffensmeier had six kills, Haley Peterson five and Allison VanOsdol and Caroline Mayer three each. Kendra Burns had 19 assists. Mayer had 11 digs, Burns 10 and Brynn Durecki five. Steffensmeier also had two aces and one block and Durecki had two aces.
The Warsaw freshman volleyball team continued its strong season with two more wins Thursday. The Tigers topped Prairie Heights 25-18, 25-15 and Goshen 25-22, 25-13 to improve to 7-2 overall and 1-1 in the NLC.
Warsaw plays at NLC foe Northridge Tuesday and then hosts East Noble Wednesday.