South Tahoe volleyball rallies past Lowry in four sets, delivers fourth straight road win |

South Tahoe volleyball rallies past Lowry in four sets, delivers fourth straight road win

Anthony Gentile
South Tahoe senior Zoe Mosedale smacks a jump serve in the Vikings’ league match at Lowry on Friday, Sept. 16.
Courtesy / Madonna Doyle |

WINNEMUCCA, Nev. — In the midst of a lengthy stretch of road matches, the South Tahoe volleyball team hasn’t had trouble making itself at home in enemy territory. The Vikings rallied past Lowry in four sets 21-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-21 Friday, Sept. 16, to remain undefeated on the road this season.

South Tahoe (10-3, 3-1 3A Northern) bounced back after losing the first set Friday to win its fourth straight match — all on the road. The Vikings are undefeated in five road contests, and Friday’s game was their fourth of six straight games off the hill.

Senior Zoe Mosedale led South Tahoe with a double-double of 25 assists and 12 kills to go along with two aces and a solo block. Senior Maya Brosch finished with 11 kills and two solo blocks while passing a near-perfect 2.75 against Lowry (3-12, 1-3).

Junior McKenna Brewer also delivered a strong performance offensively against the Buckaroos, tallying nine kills and three solo blocks. Defensively, senior Ashley Bricker had a team-high 25 digs paired with two aces and a kill in Friday’s win.

The Vikings return to action Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Dayton before playing at Sparks on Friday, Sept. 23. South Tahoe’s next home match is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 28, against Truckee.

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