SALINA – North Sevier High School’s volleyball team’s season came to an end with a 3-2 loss to the Lady Eagles in Duchesne Saturday. The Wolf Women closed the season with a 2-8 record in region play and a 7-22-1 overall. 

The bout against Duchesne went five sets. The Lady Eagles won the first set 25-19 and the second set 25-15. The Wolf Women came back to take the third set 25-17 and the fourth a close 25-23. The Lady Eagles chalked the victory winning the final set 15-9. 

The Wolf Women bid adieu to four senior players – Brinley Mason, middle blocker and hitter; Kamree Brunson, defensive specialist; Kaysha Beckstead, outside hitter; and Madison Bennett, defensive specialist. 

Over the course of the Wolf Women’s 2019 season, the four senior players have – 

• Mason – played 83 sets, had 67 kills, blocked 92 balls, dug up 127 balls, received 32 serves and served 14 aces in 174 serves at 80.5 percent.

• Brunson – played 80 sets, received 492 serves, dug up 440 balls and served seven aces in 174 serves at 88.5 percent. 

• Beckstead – played 83 sets, had 56 kills, blocked 23 balls, dug up 318 balls, received 292 serves and served seven aces in 176 serves at 92.6 percent. 

• Bennett – played 83 sets, had one kills, dug up 326 balls, received 305 serves and served four aces in 238 serves at 99.2 percent. Bennett was also named to the 2A Academic All-State team for her achievements both on the court, as well as in the classroom. 

North Sevier’s head coach is Audrey Brown. Assistant coaches are Cena Rassmussen and Meisha Johnson. Team managers are Breonna Bingham, Drew Sedgewick and Sierra Bullard. 

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