By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

North Country Volleyball


October 27, 2021


Zandora Longtree winds up to play the ball over the net during the North Country Mavericks' win at Nashua Oct. 19.

The North Country Mavericks traveled to Nashua Oct. 19 for their final regular season game. The Mavericks took the match in three sets 25-16, 25-11, 25-14.

North Country had 20 aces, 33 kills, 29 assists, 18 digs and one block in the match.

Zandora Longtree led the Mavericks in aces with eight. Page Wasson added four, Kora LaBrie three, Jaycee Erickson and Shelbi LaBrie two each and Teagan Erickson one. Kendall Scheffelmear racked up 11 kills in leading North Country. She was followed by Wasson with seven, T. Erickson six, Mattea McColly and J. Erickson with four each and Longtree with one.

J. Erickson amassed 17 assists for her team, while P. Wasson added seven, Longtree had four and Scheffelmear added one. Longtree also led in digs with five. K. LaBrie, McColly and J. Erickson added three a piece. P. Wasson had two digs and S. LaBrie and Scheffelmear added one each. T. Erickson had the lone block for the Mavericks.

The Mavericks finished their season in the third seed headed into the District 1-C tournament. North Country will face Richey/Lambert in round one on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 3 p.m. The two teams previously met Sept. 9 and North Country won the match in three sets.

"Going into District Tournament, it really is all about the volleyball team that has put things together and are rolling with momentum," said head coach Charlene Wasson. "The regular season is over and a new season is beginning on Thursday." She expects Richey/Lambert to come out ready to play and give everything they have in the match. Of her Mavericks she said, "We need to go into the tournament doing our jobs and what we practiced all season long so we can leave Scobey knowing we gave our best effort."


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