Keyano Mens Volleyball Saturday Nov 30 2019

Subs Big Factor in Huskies Victory

 

 

Saturday November 30,  2019

Syncrude Sport & Wellness Centre

Canadian Natural Gymnasium

Keyano Huskies 3 The Kings University Eagles 2  25-22, 25-22, 22-25, 24-26, 19-17

Set 1 Keyano 25  Kings 22

Huskies  fifth- year veteran Alex Andryszewski (6'3" Left Side Business Jarocin Poland) super consistent on service line in a quick opening as Eagles take timeout down 7-10.

A block point followed by a kill for Huskies Athus Silva (6'6" Middle 1st College Prep Compis Brazil) makes it 15-11.

Huskies defence start to play sloppy and head coach Keegan Kuhr quickly signals for timeout, his team up 20-18.

Eagles putting triple blocks up.

Eagles' Tyssen Voogd, 6-foot-3, has the BANGO of the set.

Back-to-back blocks by Silva and Trey Weinmeier (6'6" Outside 3rd University Studies, Spruce Grove Alberta) secure the set.

Set 2 Keyano 25  Kings 22

Eagles blockers doing their job up 12-6. Huskies Coach Kuhr patient in not calling a timeout.

Tanner Piers gives spark for opponents with his high flying scoring.

Kuhr shakes things up by bringing in a few subs for Huskies....Kylar Head, Connor Clark and Simon Tremblay.

Eagles call timeout still leading 15-13.

A bigtime Cunha block gives Huskies 20-19 edge.

Set 3  Keyano 22  Kings 25

Huskies find themselves down 6-1.

Clark, at 6-foot-6, has a few kills to bring them back...now down 8-6.

 Huskies take timeout down 12-7.

Silva huge block as Eagles call TO up 22-20.

Set 4 Keyano  24  Kings 26

Keyano trainer Karissa Kuhr busy on sidelines keeping Huskies healthy with her many bags of tricks.

Huskies a few miscues in backrow reception...game close.

Andryszewski one-on-one block 15-13.

Voogd keeping Eagles close with his powerful kills.

Back-to-back carried balls whistled on the Huskies  allow Eagles to regain momentum.

Set 5 Keyano  19    Kings 17

Eagles score on backrow attacks.

Some interesting one-on-one battles have developed during game.

Huskies fans making noise.

Huskies coach Kuhr double pumps his fist on winning point.

Huskies Player of the Game is Connor Clark  Eagles POG accolades go to Tanner Piers.