September 19, 2012 in Sports

Lewis and Clark volleyball holds off Rogers

 

Lewis and Clark took control in the fifth set and beat Rogers in Greater Spokane League volleyball Tuesday night at Rogers.

Scores were 25-20, 18-25, 25-16, 25-27, 15-8.

Mara Lindstrom had eight kills and nine digs and Joslyn Bopray had six blocks for the Tigers (1-1) in a match that saw both teams hold leads in each of the five sets.

Tied at 25 in the back-and-forth fourth set, Rogers (1-1) scored two consecutive points to force a fifth set.

Rachel Flint and Jenny Huynh had nine kills apiece and Sydney Roberts added 31 assists and seven aces for the Pirates.

Elsewhere, Taylor Ellingsen had 15 digs, 13 kills and three aces to guide Mead to a 26-24, 25-17, 25-18 win over Shadle Park at Mead. The Panthers (2-0) were down 24-22 in the first set, then scored the next four points to earn the win. Jonni Dorr dished out 40 assists for Mead. The Highlanders (0-2) were led by Darby Santos, who had eight kills and six assists. … Led by Carly Wolf’s serving, Central Valley topped University 25-16, 25-18, 22-25, 25-15 at CV. Wolf had six aces for the Bears (1-1). Taylor Butters added 11 kills and Tia Pau dished out 35 assists for CV. The Titans (1-1) were led by Sydney Schlect’s 14 digs and 12 kills. … Trisha Covin had eight kills and Lyndsey Saunders added 22 digs and three aces as Gonzaga Prep (2-0) defeated North Central 25-15, 20-25, 25-16, 25-16 at North Central. The Indians (0-2) were led by Keara Rypien, who had 37 digs and six aces. … Kennadie Clute had 12 kills and three aces to lead Mt. Spokane (2-0) to a 25-15, 25-15, 25-18 win at Ferris (0-2). Paiton Larson dished out 23 assists and Brooke Reilly added three blocks for the Wildcats. … League play continues Thursday with G-Prep at Shadle; Mt. Spokane at Mead; Rogers at Ferris; and U-Hi at Lewis and Clark.

• Inland Empire League: Kylie Curtis had 18 kills and 15 digs to lead Lake City to a five-set win at Post Falls (0-3). Scores were 25-18, 19-25, 9-25, 25-16 and 15-11. Brittany Gay added 21 assists for the Timberwolves (2-1).

• Great Northern League: Jessie Glidewell had 10 kills and Leanna Carr dished out 22 assists to guide Colville (2-0) past Deer Park 25-11, 25-15, 25-11 in Deer Park. Angie Reardon had 12 digs and an ace to lead the Stags (0-2). … Elsewhere, West Valley stumbled after a close first-set and fell to visiting Clarkston. The Bantams (1-2) won 25-19, 25-5, 25-11. Rachel Folsom had eight aces to lead Clarkston. The Eagles (0-3) were led by Hailee Gronnebek’s five kills and Jerrilyn Prichard’s three aces. … Erin Wallman had 10 kills and Callie Hanson dished out 33 assists to guide East Valley past Pullman 25-22, 25-16, 25-20 in Pullman. Elisha Allred had six aces and Samantha Brady added eight digs for the Knights (3-0). Jolene Herzog led Pullman (2-1) with 17 assists and three aces.

Girls soccer

• Intermountain League: After falling behind early, host Timberlake scored the next seven goals and beat Priest River (0-8, 0-6) 7-1 at Spirit Lake. Ida Jansson scored two goals for the Tigers (6-3, 5-2). April Sutton, Ashley George, Koral Yeager, Emily Hayes and Darian Brillion also scored for Timberlake. Priest River’s Angel Clark opened the scoring with a goal off an assist from Elisa Williams in the fourth minute.

• Great Northern League: Ashley Meyer, Jenae Martin and Sarah Marro all scored second-half goals to help West Valley (3-1, 2-1) come from behind to beat Clarkston 3-1 at West Valley. Leah Edens scored an unassisted goal in the ninth minute to put the Bantams (2-2, 1-2) ahead 1-0 early. … Elsewhere, Cayla Whiteside scored in the third-minute and Maddi Cillay added an insurance goal late in the second half as Pullman (5-1, 3-0) blanked East Valley (1-5, 0-3) 2-0 at Pullman. Dakota Wickard made nine saves for the Greyhounds, who were outshot 11-4.

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