LINDEN – North Montgomery had a tall task, literally, on Monday evening as they played host to Class 4A Zionsville. The Eagles, who are receiving votes in this week’s volleyball poll, used that height, and a sharp passing attack, to beat the Chargers in straight sets 25-13, 25-11 and 25-18.
“They did a really good job with their runs and getting the ball outside and splitting up the block,” said Charger head coach Jodi Webster. “We were a little tentative tonight, especially on the block. We started a new line up, and I think we were unsure where everyone was going to be.”
Zionsville jumped out to a quick 9-2 lead in set one which forced a Charger timeout. They would extend that lead to 23-8, however North would earn four straight points, before the Eagles closed it out 25-13.