LISA CAPITELLI ¦ Assistant Editor
The visiting Lady Seahawks scored 25 points in the first game and limited the home team to eight.
“I thought we looked good in the first game. We were talking and we were moving our feet,” said Decatur Coach Sarah Zimmer. “Everything was definitely flowing.”
The high level of play continued during the second game, which the Seahawks won 25-5.
“They did a great job.
They worked well together,” Zimmer said.
Decatur took the third game 25-7 to secure the victory.
“They all looked comfortable and confident in what they were doing,” Zimmer said. “Pocomoke played the ball over the net quickly a few times and we adjusted well. Moving our feet and talking were a big part of tonight and they did well.”
Juniors Taylor Black and Katie Van- Bruggen tallied nine and eight aces respectively. Casey Ortiz, a senior, had six kills. Senior setter Ashley Trice recorded eight assists. Defensive specialist Alexis Martinek, a senior, dug four Pocomoke hits.
“[During] our last couple of games, we’ve been more consistent in our play,” Zimmer said. “They’re starting to play smarter than they were at the beginning of the season.”
Decatur will host the James M. Bennett Clippers on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.