The Lady Warriors (16-13) had not won a non-tournament game since Sept. 2 at Manchester, but came out with a flourish against the Lady Chargers. Paige Hlutke had one of her best offensive games of the season, hammering 11 kills and added 1.5 blocks. Meghan Fretz and Addison Ayres both added eight kills for the offense.
Aly Anderson and Madi Wilson combined for 32 digs, Alli Ousley had 32 assists and Ousley and Becca Anderson combined to ace nine serves. Liz Hardy added 2.5 blocks for the Lady Warriors.
“A solid performance heading into one of our last NLC matches on Thursday,” said Wawasee head coach Jeff Phillips, whose team will visit NorthWood in two days.
The Wawasee JV also found success against West Noble, winning 25-14, 25-19.
Wawasee (10-11) had a well-rounded effort from its cast, with Skylar Janda posting three aces, three digs and a block, Amy Beer setting up seven points and Taylor Mock adding 10 assists and four aces. Hannah Marie Lamle added four kills and a block.