Prep Volleyball Roundup: Gap bests Draft, Fort picks up win

Prep Volleyball Roundup: Gap bests Draft, Fort picks up win”

Grundy High School's volleyball team kept its ideal record intact on Tuesday night.

The Trojans beat Cole Valley Christian for the third straight time with a 25-14, 16-25, 25-22, 25-19 four-set 2A Western Idaho Conference win in their home opener to regain possession of the cup, a trophy given to the annual victor between the two squads.

Megan Yett netted a game-high 26 kills in the win for Nampa Christian.

Caitlynn Maggard put up 15 assists and 10 digs for Central. Holly Golenor chipped in with 13 digs for Cole Valley Christian.

HOMEDALE 3, PAYETTE 0: Amaya Carter recorded a double-double with 11 kills and 12 digs as the Trojans picked up a 3A Snake River Valley Conference win, 25-11, 25-10, 25-14 Tuesday night. Teammates Hannah McAmis (12 digs), Savana Edwards (six kills), and Savannah Day (five kills) also played well.

MARRIOTTS RIDGE 3, SOUTHERN 1: Raven Pratt had nine kills, four blocks and two aces and Jessica Chaney had 15 assists, as the Bulldogs lost their season opener, 25-18, 22-25, 25-22, 25-20. Gladys Tungu had five kills for the Iron (6-0, 1-0) while Emma Pals added eight assists. Davis had 29 assists, while Crawford provided 12 digs to go along with four aces. Violet Thompson had three kills and four assists for the Turks (5-5, 0-3).

WYTHEVILLE - Abby Musser had 13 kills, seven aces and five blocks, and Lindsey Stone added 33 assists to lead the Indians over the Maroons.

Kaylee Shetler and Emily Szabo each had four kills, and Shetler added three blocks.

Rogers 3, North Central 0: Yana Yasilyeva tallied 14 digs and four aces to lead visiting Rogers (1-2) to a sweep (25-19, 25-12, 25-12) over North Central (0-3) in nonleague match. Saige Barnett had seven kills, three blocks and an ace, Nicole Wirth dished out a team-high 13 assists, and Cassidy Olds had eight service points, two kills, two digs and an ace.

Maiya Hammer had eight kills, eight digs and four aces in the loss for Columbia. Rachael Driskell added a team-best 25 digs for the Wildcats.

Springdale 3, Wellpinit 0: Chantelle Swiger had 10 kills and Springdale (2-1, 1-0) defeated visiting Wellpinit (0-2, 0-2) in straight sets (25-19, 25-16, 25-17).

Camille Coleman added 15 digs in the loss for Centennial.

Frannie Sine notched eight kills, four aces and 11 digs, while Marley Willard had 18 digs for Hidden Valley (4-3, 3-1). Madison Wick had five kills and four points.

Christen Hurley did a little bit of everything with 11 service points, three blocks, two kills, two aces and a dig.

The scores were 25-16, 16-25, 17-25, 25-14 and 16-14.

The Rebel coach earned her 200th career match victory as her team knocked off Wheeling Linsly 25-11, 25-10, 25-11 on Tuesday.

SKYVIEW 3, BISHOP KELLY 0: Dani Nay netted 12 kills, six blocks and three blocks as the Hawks defeated the Knights in straight sets Tuesday. Tori Cleveland also had 10 kills along with 20 digs. Bower had 22 assists and 10 digs, while Murphy tallied 17 assists and 10 digs. Stephanie Soares added one kill, six digs, 15 assists and one ace. Callie Steed had five kills and eight digs for the Devils. Cara Levingston had six kills and six blocks for LeRoy (0-3, 2-8). Hailee Carpenter had 17 digs and Alivia Leyman had 14 digs.

For East Palestine (5-5, 3-4), Jenn Rhodes had six kills, eight points and 18 digs. Madee Foster had six kills, 22 digs and seven points.

ROCKY MOUNT - Bailee Heatwole recorded 13 kills, four aces and four blocks, and Logan Pasley dished out 22 assists as the Eagles swept the Bengals (6-2, 3-1) in a matchup of undefeated Piedmont District teams.

McKenzie Woodland added 20 assists in the win for Notus. For the Indians, Cheyenne Utt had a five kills.

RIVER HILL 3, CHESAPEAKE 0: Abby Muller went 10 for 10 serving with three kills and Kexin Wang had eight assists as the Cougars lost in straight sets 25-20, 25-17, 25-16. Bishop also chipped in with 15 digs.

Ashley Dail served for four aces for CBA, while Kaitlyn Smith led with five kills.

Kyra Littleford had a shutout in goal as the Vikings took down David Crockett.

West blanks Richwoods: Jordan Walker had three goals and one assist as Normal West topped visiting Peoria Richwoods, 6-0. Jevon Olvera made eight saves in goal for Caldwell in the loss.

RIDGEVUE 6, MOUNTAIN HOME 3: Sage Stroud and Jordyn Godina both scored a pair of goals as the Warhawks won in 4A SIC action Tuesday.

Hannah Heaton also had multiple goals with two, along with two assists in the win for Bishop Kelly.

Kate Herlihy and Kallie Leonik scored two goals each for Middle Towsnhip.

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