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Sept 11, 2023 For those of us old enough to remember, a moment of silence for today. The Cowgirls hosted the Lady Vikings of NW tonight. Temps were warm, but not excessive. Singles went great! No, we did not win it all. By the end the Cowgirls only won one court with a good look at another, but top down, the ladies play was exceptional. They took stock, they adjusted, they changed their games in some small way to push back against the wall. And on every court, the wall began to move. Move, mind you, not tumble. But movement is good for a team as young as ours. I remember the first time we won even a court off NW. The chink in their armor was forever exposed. Though the Cowgirls fought well, it was Maggie Jermyn, 10+ years ago, who took that first win from the Vikings. Since then we have performed well, even taking them as a team, but tonight was special. Let’s go through the rest of the line up and save the best stories for last. Dubs. On all three courts, play and movement were good. The Viking simply had us tonight to wrap up the match. McGinnis/McKnight, Dee/Church, and Wesney/Perko all played well and had good shots. Crosscourts were excellent. We have been working on these. But by the third to fourth shot, the Cowgirls couldn’t hold pace with the Vikings. Kudos to them for being a very complete team. We will continue to search for and find the dubs magic. Singles I think what could end every single write up for singles tonight is this: the Cowgirl “played her game and upped their consistency which forced their opponents to play a different game, a game where they weren’t always pushing the points on the Cowgirl.” Again, kudos to the Vikings in their efforts, but the Cowgirls really made them work for it tonight. Evelyn on 2 played her most consistent game yet this season. Finally having a hitter v a pusher/lobber allowed Ms McKnight to hit out, but yet she stayed reserved in her hitting. Most points were 5+ shots with Evelyn in every single point. A Consistent topspin was the key. Footwork synced as well. Her opponent continued to pummel, but late in the first set, seeing Evelyn constancy, changed her tactic. Though enough to win, Evelyn “played her game and upped her consistency which forced their opponents to play a different game, a game where Viking wasn’t always pushing the points on the Cowgirl.” Rachael hits were outstanding tonight. She had focus and direction. Deep spin shots were the norm for today. She moved so well on the court. Not just right and left but to the net and back with crafted shots. The best yet, Rachael was in every single game tonight. At least to 30 if not deuce. The Viking held strong, but Rachael’s play was big, bold, and confident. Points were longer thanks to Rachael hitting prowess on the courts. It was a lovely sight to see her embrace this game tonight. Rachael “played her game and upped her consistency which forced their opponents to play a different game, a game where Viking wasn’t always pushing the points on the Cowgirl.” Coach believes you have it now. Coach will mark the last line with a * and allow you to reference the reading above to complete each story. Truth be told, Church, Christman, and Bella should have been pushed off the courts by the shots exhibited by their opponents. But they were not. Each of these ladies opted for a new game and made the Vikings work exceptionally hard for their victory. Church played a spitball of a hitter with good angles. Honestly, the first set Caroline was a bit overwhelmed. The Viking could do little wrong while the Cowgirl fought to and fro for every point…but most of the returns had the same answer. Vikings. In the second though, Church began to slow the Viking’s roll. Changing strategy, lifting and pushing deeper, this took control out of the Vikings hands. Church, though unable to secure a break, held each of her first 4 serves in the second. But adjusting the pace of the ball, Caroline could craft her shots and direct them. Points pushed longer. The Viking had to run. It was lovely. In the end, Caroline…*. Christman moved her opponent around the most tonight. The Viking had a good serve and play to back it up. Caroline had her playing moxie and began from the get go, to slow down the roll of the Viking by hitting (and directing) her shots to not Middle. Not Middle is a great concept. It literally means not the middle. Kinda like “Not the Momma ...