Baldwin volleyball teams defeat Bear Lake

Panthers win a 3-0 decision

Naomi Marsh-Robinson gets set to serve for Baldwin in a recent match.

Naomi Marsh-Robinson gets set to serve for Baldwin in a recent match.

Star photo/John Raffel

BALDWIN – Baldwin’s junior high and varsity volleyball teams both scored 3-0 wins over Bear Lake on Tuesday in West Michigan D League play.

It was senior night for Baldwin.

“For the varsity team, all eight of my players contributed,” Baldwin coach Duane Roberts said. “We were sharing playing time, working on some fundamentals and new skills and drills for our district games which are coming up.

“A big prop to Naomi Marsh-Robinson, Lejla Haznederavic and Aariona Burrell for amazing bigs and returns. Krista Simmons Daisy Simmons Abigail Oisten, the whole team, including Kelsey Hayter had phenomenal plays and attacks.”

Scores were 25-6, 25-8, 25-17.

“I’m proud of my players,” Roberts said. “It was a great way to send the seniors out as they prepare for the end of the season.”

Baldwin plays Saturday at Mason County Eastern in the West Michigan D League tournament. There is a home game on Monday, a makeup, with Crossroads. The junior high match starts at 6 p.m.