Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes moved to 5-1 in the Detroit Catholic League East Division with two wins last week.
The Lakers (19-6-2) began with a three-game victory at home over first-place Marine City Cardinal Mooney, 25-22, 25-22, 25-14, on Monday, Sept. 24.
Junior middle hitter Lindsay Ross had nine kills and a block for Our Lady. Senior libero Kelly Meehan had 10 digs and an ace, while freshman outside hitter Courtney Wightman had eight kills, two blocks and an ace to hand the Cardinals their first division loss.
The Lakers then traveled to Royal Oak Shrine on Thursday, Sept. 27 and defeated the host Knights in three games, 25-15, 25-19, 25-18.
Junior right side hitter Allison Samulon had eight kills and five aces. Junior outside hitter Kristina Krupiak had 10 digs, seven kills and three aces, and senior setter Haley Howell had 27 assists, seven digs, three kills and three aces.
The Lakers wore pink shirts during their warm-ups to support Shrine’s “Pink-Out” breast cancer fund-raiser to support a Shrine teacher fighting the disease.
Our Lady played a rematch against Cardinal Mooney on the road on Monday, Oct. 1 after press time, and will play at the West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy today, Wednesday, Oct. 3 before hosting Detroit Cristo Rey tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 4.