The Packers finished 1-2 that night, beating Ravenna (27-25 and 25-16), but lost to Shelby (21-25, 25-18 and 13-15) and Ludington.
Ludington head coach Liz Holden said: “As the night progressed, they thrived and played really well.
“They scored some really great kills and we got quite a few aces. The team works very well together and can get out of the hole when needed. spent.”
Leading the way for the Orioles was Jordyn Anderson with 43 assists, 5 blocks, 4 kills, 3 digs and 9 aces.
Karli Mesyar led the defense with four aces, 13 defenses and two assists.
Madi Vara had 36 kills on the offensive line, bolstered the Orioles offense with seven service aces, and helped the defense with seven digs and three blocks.
Keelin Laird had 11 kills on offense, contributed 4 defenses in 2 blocks, and added 2 assists.
Ashley McPike had 9 blocks and 3 kills. Mia Pung recorded 11 digs for her and 1 assist for him.
Mia Voss had 2 aces, 1 kill, 1 dig, and 3 blocks. Olivia Lynn had 4 blocks and 1 kill for her and Mya Bryant contributed 2 digs for her.
Fremont’s offensive leaders saw Kendall Barnhart and Karl Burgema each record five aces and Sid Moon added four more.
The attack leaders were Sage Vandenberg with 20, Bernhardt with 14 and Taylor Waite with 12.
Bruggema added 35 assists and Lily Vandenberg had 10.
Overall, the Packers had 102 digs that night. Avery Christoffersen was his 32 blocks, Kenzie Gugins and Baylah Parker each his 13 blocks. Bruggema he was three blocks.
Ludington’s next game is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 27, and the Orioles will host Montague at the conference.
Fremont is off until Tuesday, September 27, when the Packers are scheduled to host Orchard View for parent’s night.