Five Game Win Streak Ends in Loss to Tornado

February 12, 20191st2nd3rd4thFinal
North Greenville231825211
King University252523253
.087Hitting Pct..163
138Total Attacks123
Cade McGee - 16
KillsSean Kohlhase - 14
Sergio Carrillo - 36
AssistsJT Deppe - 33
Brandon Baker - 1
Cade McGee - 1
Ben Hamsho - 1
AcesSean Kohlhase - 1
Joshua Kim - 1
Sergio Carrillo - 15
DigsLeo de Quadros - 18
Jackson Gilbert - 6
BlocksJon Wheaton - 7
Five Game Win Streak Ends in Loss to Tornado
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
By Corey Bowen
Five Game Win Streak Ends in Loss to Tornado


North Greenville traveled up to Bristol, TN on Tuesday to take on the conference leading King Tornado. NGU would put up a strong effort late, but would eventually lose the match 3-1. Freshman Cade McGee would lead the Crusaders with 16 kills on a .263 attack percentage.

Set 1

Set one would be a back and forth battle between the Crusaders and Tornado. The set would see 6 lead changes before King would capitalize on an NGU service error and kill to take the set 25-23.

Set 2

Set 2 North Greenville would put the first point on the board before quickly losing it on a 3-point run by King. The Crusaders would keep it close until a huge 5-point run by the Tornado would seal them set two. King took the set 25-18.

Set 3

Set 3 would be no different than the previous two sets with both teams trading punches back and forth. North Greenville would find themselves on the verge of losing 23-22 before scoring three straight points to take set 3, 25-23.

Set 4

The final set was once again close early before it was NGU who would go on a 5-point and an 18-13 lead late. King would go on a 4-point streak of their own to tie it up and eventually go on to win the set, 25-21.


Cade McGee would lead the Crusaders with 16 kills on 38 attempts and 4 digs.

Jackson Gilbert would turn in a strong performance of his own finishing with 15 kills and 11 digs.

Freshman Sergio Carillo would do a good job setting up his teammates finishing with 36 assists along with two kills of his own.


The Crusaders will travel to Belmont-Abbey to face the Crusaders on Tuesday, February 19 at 7 P.M.