St. Joseph-Ogden volleyball team wins season opener at Maroa

SJO's Peyton Williams was all smiles before the start of last fall's home game against Marshall. The Spartans declawed the visiting Lions, 25-13, 25-9. This week, she opened her final season with 16 kills on Monday against Maroa-Forsyth. Photo: PhotoNews Media Archives
MAROA - After dropping the first set by a two-point decision at 26-24 to host Maroa-Forsyth, the all upperclasswomen roster from St. Joseph-Ogden seized the next two sets, notching the team's first road win of the season in their opener against the Trojans.

Led by Peyton Williams' 16 kills, SJO won the second set 25-17 and took the decider, 25-19 on Monday. Willams, one of eight seniors on this year's squad, also collected four aces and six digs for the Spartans.

Addie Roesch, a senior, logged six digs, ten kills and a pair of aces. Sadie Ericksen, also in the Class of 2024, was credited with eight digs and two aces. Setter Halle Brazelton recorded 24 assists to start the season.

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