The Cavaliers defeated South Lakes in straight sets (3-0)Set 1: 25-20Set 2: 25-22Set 3: 25-22Standout players included Junior Maura Fay (player of the match), who led the team with 12 kills and had a 34.5% kill percentage, 7 digs, and a 2.4 serve receive rating.- Freshman Emma Gardener with 8 kills, 17 digs and a 2.1 serve receive efficiency.- Senior Aubree Reasor with 4 aces, 10 digs and a 32.6% set efficiency.Other notable players were:- Freshman Livia Lee with 4 aces and nine points off serve- Stella Gillian with 12 digs and serve receive efficiency of 2.0. Additionally, Livia went back to serve in the second set and ran out the score to win coming from behind with very tough serves.
Emma Gardner is the player of the match.The Cavaliers pulled out a 3-1 win over Hayfield.Scores were:1: 18-252: 25-173: 25-144: 25-23Woodson started out slowly, and a little unfocused, losing the first set.They found their footing in set two and controlled the remaining sets to come out with the win.Serve receive and defense got them out of the first set slump.Player of the match, Emma Gardner, had 12 kills, 12 digs, and a serve-receive rating of 2.2Other stand out players include:- Maura Faye with 12 kills and 8 digs- Junior Ellie Roozbahan with 9 kills, 11 points on serve, and 10 digs- Senior Aubree Reasor with a 33% set efficiency and 10 digsThe Cavaliers next match is against Robinson at home.
Event Status: (Location Changed) Event Notes: Game
The Cavaliers lost a close one to Robinson in 5 sets.The Set scores were 15-25, 17-25, 25-21, 25-23, and 14-16.Woodson showed resiliency in their play fighting back from a 2 set deficit to take it to the deciding 5th set, finding their rhythm and win sets 3 & 4. The fifth set was a nail biter with Robinson pulling out quite a large lead only to have the Cavs fight back hard to tie at 13-13. The set finished at 14-16 with the team never quitting.Standout players include:Maura Fay - 18 kills,6 aces, 14 digs and a serve receive rating of 2.23;Emma Gardner - 15 kills, 8 digs and a serve receive rating of 2.05;Sabina Niedrick with 11 kills and 2.18 serve receive rating;Nora Gilmer with 11 killsCharlotte Kai with 21 set assists and a 36.7% set efficiency;Aubree Reasor with 17 set assists and a 21.8% set efficiency;Stella Gilligan with 10 set assists and 8 digs and a 2.0 serve receive ratingMorgan Vallikit with 14 digs and a 2.2 serve receive rating.
Woodson beat Fairfax with everyone getting in to play.The score was 3-0 with Set scores being 25-10, 25-16, and 25-21.Standout players include:Maura Fay with 6 kills, 11 digs and a 2.0 serve receive rating;Emma Gardner with 6 kills, 9 digs and a 2.0 serve receive rating;Stella Gilligan with a 2.86 SR rating and 20 digs;Charlotte Kao with a 36.4% set efficiency;Aubree Reasor with a 26.7 set efficiency; Nora Gilmer with a 21.4 set efficiency.
The Cavaliers suffered a hard loss to West Springfield 0-3.The set scores were 21-25, 16-25, and 22-25.Woodson was plagued with unforced errors and could not find their rythym.Standout players include:Maura Fay with 7 kills and 12 digs;Emma Gardner with 4 kills, 8 digs and a serve receive rating of 2.0;Stella Gilligan with 10 digs and a serve rating of 2.23;Charlotte Kao with a 45% set efficiency.
Woodson had a big win against Lake Braddock.Score was 3-0 with Set scores being 25-17, 25-19, and 25-17.Standout players include:Emma Gardner with 13 kills and 11 digs;Maura Fay with 12 kills and 6 digs;Stella Gilligan with 10 digs and a serve receive rating of 2.17;Charlotte Kao with a 37.8 set efficiency;Aubree Reasor with a 35.9 set efficiency.
Woodson suffered a hard loss to Alexandria CityThe two time State finalists' defense was relentless and the Cavs had too many unforced errors and could not find their footing to get back in the match.Score was 0-3 with Set scores 13-25, 10-25, and 17-25.Standout players include:Nora Gilmer with 5 kills;Stella Gilligan with 5 digs and a 2.0 serve receive rating;Charlotte Kao with a 32% set efficiency.
The Cavaliers lost a hard one to West Potomac 1-3The set scores were 25-18, 25-27, 27-29, and 18-25.We worked hard this week on blocking and their work paid off, as we had the best performance to date on the net with 3 solo blocks, 12 block assists and 11 block touches with only 5 block errors. Great job team!Standout players include:Maura Fay, who led the team with 21 kills and 12 digsEmma Gardner with 11 kills and 13 digsSabina Niedrick with 6 killsAubree Reasor with 12 points off serve and a 33.5% set efficiencyStella Gilligan with 23 digs
Event Status: (Date Changed from 09-30-2022) Event Notes: Game
The Cavaliers lost to Robinson 0-3.The set scores were 18-25, 9-25, and 22-25.Standout players were:Nora Gilmer with 8 kills and a 46.7 attack efficiencyMaura Fay with 7 kills and 5 digsEmma Gardner with 4 kills with a 40% attack efficiency and 4 digsStella Gilligan with a 2.05 serve receive efficiency and 14 digsSabina Niedrick with a 2.25 serve receive efficiencySofia Ferrel with a 42.9% set efficiencyClaire Cho with a 30% set efficiency
The Cavaliers beat Fairfax 3-0. The scores were 25-11, 25-17, 25-14. Stand out players were:- Sabina Niedrick with 9 kills with a 50% Kill efficiency, a serve receive rating of 2.25 and 10 digs- Emma Gardner with 9 kills and a 47.1% kills efficiency- Maura Fay with 6 kills- Carissa Norico with 2 kills and a 66.7% kills efficiency- Charlotte Kao with a 40.6% set efficiency- Aubree Reasor with a 30.4% set efficiency
The Cavaliers has a rough match against Herndon losing 0-3. The scores were 19-25, 20-25, and 29-25. Woodson was plagued by unforced errors and just could not get in to any rhythm during the game. Standout players were:Maura Fay with 7 kills and a 2.5 serve receive rating; Emma Gardner with 6 kills; Nora Gilmer with 3 kills and a 40% kills efficiency; Morgan Vallikit with a 2.44 serve receive rating; and Stella Gilligan with 11 digs and 7 points off serve.
The Cavaliers lost to West Springfield 2-3. The scores were 14-25, 25-12, 25-20, and 18-25. Woodson had a rough start but found their rhythm in set 2. Taking the match to five sets the Cavs fought back hard from a huge deficit to tie at 13-13, but came up short 14-16. This was a great match between these two teams.Standout players were Stella Gilligan with 2 aces, 13 points off serve, a serve receive rating of 2.04, and 19 digs; Emma Gardner with 11 kills; Maura Fay with 8 kills; Sabina Niedrick with 6 kills; Charlotte Kao with a 34.9 set efficiency; and special shout out to our front line with 16 block assists.
The Cavaliers beat Lake Braddock 3-1. Scores were 18-25, 25-22, 26-24, and 25-17. Standout players include: Emma Gardner with 18 kills with a 34.2% kill efficiency, and 9 digs; Stella Gilligan with 2 aces, 13 points off serve, a 2.0 serve receive rating, and 27 digs; Maura Fay with 14 kills and a 26.8% kill efficiency, and 9 points off serve; Nora Gilmer with 8 kills and a 25% kill efficiency; and Aubree Reasor with a 35.4% set efficiency. Again , another great match for our front row blockers with 14 block assists.
The Cavaliers lost to Alexandria City 0-3. The scores were 17-25, 17-25, and 13-25. Standout players were:Stella Gilligan with a 2.29 serve receive rating and 15 digs;Maura Fay with 5 points off serve and 5 kills; Emma Gardner with 3 kills and a 2.0 serve receive rating; Sabina Niedrick with a serve rating of 2.3; and Sophie Ferrell with a 28.6% set efficiency.
Woodson beat West Potomac 3-2. The scores were 21-25, 25-16, 24-26, 25-21, and 15-7.The Cavaliers had a great performance. Going to five sets always tests the grit of your team. Woodson fought hard every set but dominated the fifth set. They took an early lead 5-1 then they took the score to 8-2. Freshman Sofie Ferrel came in and ran off five points off her serve with two aces clinching a dominating lead. Standout players tonight were: Maura Fay with 14 kills hitting 35.5% kill efficiency; Emma Gardner with 13 kills, 3 aces and 14 points off serve, and 13 digs; Stella Gilligan with 5 aces and 12 points off serve, a serve receive rating of 2.03, and 22 digs; Nora Gilmer with 9 kills and a 42.9% kill efficiency; Aubree Reasor with a set efficiency of 37%; Sofie Ferrell with 3 aces and 11 points off serve; and Claire Cho with 3 aces and 7 points off serve.
Woodson lost a hard fought match to West Potomac 0-3 in first round of district playoffs.Scores were 18-25, 17-25, and 23-25.Standout players were Sofie Ferrell with 10 points off serve, 2 aces, and a set efficiency of 39.3%; Maura Fay with 8 kills; Emma Gardner with 8 kills; Sabina Niedrick with 4 kills hitting at 40% kill efficiency, and a serve receive rating of 2.13; and Stella Gilligan with 3 aces and 20 digs. Next match is against the 8th seed of the National District at home on Thursday in the first round of Regional playoffs.
The Cavaliers beat Annandale in the first round of regionals 3-0. The scores were 25-7, 25-10, abs 25-9.Woodson racked up some impressive team stats during this match. They had 18 aces, 28 kills with a 38.2% kill efficiency, serve receive rating of 2.0, and a set efficiency of 47.2%.Standout players were: Emma Gardner with 6 aces, 6 kills and 7 digs; Maura Fay with 8 kills; Carissa Norico with 4 kills; Nora Gilmer with 4 kills; Stella Gilligan with 4 aces, a 2.6 serve receive rating and 5 digs; Sofie Ferrell with 4 aces and a 47.8% set efficiency;Aubree Reasor with a 75% set efficiency; and Claire Cho with a 35.7% set efficiency.
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