Plymouth's volleyball team came together like velcro during Thursday's impressive three-game sweep of Livonia Franklin.
The Wildcats improved to 11-4-1 overall and 3-1 in the KLAA South Division with a convincing 25-10, 25-22, 25-5 triumph over the Patriots.
"We protected the serves well tonight, especially in game three," said Plymouth coach Kelly McCausland. "Lindsay Stemberger served 10 in a row with two aces, and Madelyn Betts served 11 in a row.
"Our blockers also got a lot of touches on the ball."
Emilee Beyer and Alex Roberts were both solid in the middle for the victors, combining for 15 block touches.
"Offensively, our middles ran a quicker offense," McCausland noted. "Alex and Emilee both had eight kills."
Led by Mariah Tesarz's 16-dig night, the 'Cats also sparkled on defense. Kayla Bridge added 13 digs while Stemberger and Laura Schmid recorded 10 each.