TV junior Josie Weber served 30-for-30 with seven aces Tuesday in the Trojans’ sweep over Kee High. (Photo by Becky Walz)
TV junior Josie Weber served 30-for-30 with seven aces Tuesday in the Trojans’ sweep over Kee High. (Photo by Becky Walz)

All three levels of the Turkey Valley volleyball program pitched a shut-out over Kee High at home Tuesday night, with the varsity squad (17-6, 6-1 UIC) taking the conference win in three sets of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-10.

“Varsity started out fast, and it was a tale of two pretty talented hitters in the first set. We had our run, then we let them have theirs. They served well and got up at one point, then we were able to find our rhythm and close from there. We started playing better defense in sets two and three, and it allowed us to run our offense effectively from there on out. We served very effectively tonight, which was a focus this last week. I am very proud of the way the girls responded tonight and stayed focused for all three sets,” said Coach Ethan Adams.

As a whole team, the Trojans had 38 kills on 95 attack attempts with 33 assists, 37 digs, eight solo blocks and went had a .958 serving efficiency (68-for-71).

Leading the way for the Red and White was Ali Hoffert with 16 kills, 12 digs and three total blocks. Kylie Wurzer hammered out eight kills to go with four digs. Kourtney Schmidt provided five kills, three digs and served 12-for-13. Junior Josie Weber dished out 29 assists and was 33-for-33 at the service line with seven aces.

Turkey Valley has its final regular season match tonight (Thursday, Oct. 15) at home versus Central Elkader at 7:30 p.m. The Trojans will open the postseason on their home court Monday, Oct. 19, versus Kee High at 7 p.m. A win will move TV into the regional quarterfinals Wednesday, Oct. 21, versus either Tripoli or Central Elkader at home at 7 p.m.