With things starting to click for the Dino volleyball team, they set their sights on revenge for an early season four-set loss at the hands of Richfield. Carbon did just that on its home court on Thursday evening.
The Dinos jumped out to an exciting 1-0 lead then rebounded to take the fourth and decisive fifth set, 15-7. It was an all-around team effort with three different players contributing double digit kills.
The offense was led by senior hitter Taylor Oliver, who posted a match high of 13 kills and contributed 14 digs, recording her first double-double of the season. Beth Child also recorded another double-double to her senior campaign, contributing 11 kills and 17 digs to the five-set victory. Senior hitter Jordan Scoggins followed Oliver in kills with 12 of her own. Senior setter Lauren Rice led the Dino offense, putting up 43 assists on the night.
It was another outstanding performance for senior libero Katee Martinez, who tallied a match-best of 25 digs on Thursday evening.
The Dinos will now hit the road for the remainder of the season, starting with a match up against Juab on Oct. 21.