The Cardinals opened up the tourney with a five-set, 3-2 (25-20, 25-13, 14-25, 22-25, 15-10) loss to Southeast. In that match, Noahlana Monzon led Labette with 12 kills, while Zenzele Asante added 10. Kirsten Stallcup racked up 17 digs, while Monzon chipped in with 15. Labette was then swept by Cowley 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-14) in its second match on Friday. Cheyenne Hellebust led with six kills for the Cardinals, while Monzon added five.
In six matches, Labette County went 4-2 — its only losses were both to Independence in pool play then in the title match — to improve its overall record to 10-9 on the season. Despite the strong showing, Labette County was without starting setter Taylor Nelson for most of the afternoon after she suffered an injury. Grizzlies head coach Heather Wilson praised her team's fortitude through that adversity.
“I’m proud of our defense,” Labette County head coach Sean Price said. “Parsons has some really good athletes, but we have a great team. Our defense was a great team tonight, and we held great athletes to zero points.”Just one week after Parsons quarterback Daquan Johnson set a school record with 542 total yards, the Vikings’ offense was limited to just 79 total yards. “I thought we played well in all facets of the game,” Price said. “Especially our defense.
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