The Lady Chicks won their consolation bracket at their own Chickasha tournament this weekend, beating Southeast in a close deciding match.
In a tough pool that included Guymon and Lawton Ike, the Lady Chicks did grab a win against Capitol Hill, coming back from one game down to win 25-27, 25-9, 15-12. Even against a hard hitting Lawton Ike, they kept both games close, only losing 21-25, 23-25.
Chickasha then beat Tecumseh 25-27, 25-9, 15-12 before downing Southeast with an 18-16 win in the final game.
"I'm really proud of how the girls fought, they really wanted to win their own tournament," head coach Nancy Waters said. "It was a tough final game with Southeast."
Chloe Reyes and Devyn Crosley brought the bulk of the Lady Chicks offensive fire power, with 18 kills and 14 kills, respectively. Jordan Biddy had an impressive 10 kills for the tournament, while Alei Gann added a team leading 21 assists and 13 aces.
"We did a good job of finishing a match," Waters said. "We were able to fight through an error and win the points we needed to."
Rory Troub led the defensive efforts with 43 digs, while Reyes added 27 digs and Crosley had 25. Kaydee King had 16 assists.