Women’s volleyball team wins, heads to playoffs

The Mohawk women’s volleyball team scored a 25-10, 25-12, 25-16 decision over the Conestoga Condors in the final regular season match for both teams Wednesday night (Feb 14).

Kelsey Kovar led the Mountaineers with 17 kills, three service aces and six digs. Danielle Kamps had six kills, one ace, one block and three digs. Cassandra Filka contributed four kills and three digs and Amye Pellow had 25 assists, six aces and two digs.
For the Condors, Lorena Tasedan registered five kills, one ace and five digs and Olivia Bender had two kills and two digs.
While Conestoga had a tough season at 3-15 and will miss the playoffs, Mohawk wound up 11-7 and benefited from a three-team tiebreaking procedure to finish in fifth place in the West Division. They will play the fourth-place finisher in the East, the Durham Lords, in a crossover qualifier Saturday (Feb. 17) at 1:00 pm in Oshawa, hoping to make the OCAA Championship.
Al Craig, Sports Information Officer

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