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Central Valley volleyball handed University its first Greater Spokane League loss

Meghan Rockwood had 24 digs and three aces and Jade Rockwood dished out 26 assists as Central Valley handed University its first Greater Spokane League loss Tuesday night at University. The Bears won all three sets 25-18.

Morgan Ness led Central Valley (4-0) in kills with seven.

For the Titans (3-1), Rachael Schlect had 18 kills, 17 digs and four blocks.

Elsewhere in the GSL, Kate Budig had nine kills and Emily Zink added 21 assists and three aces as Gonzaga Prep (4-0) swept host Ferris (0-4). Scores were 25-20, 25-21 and 25-11.

Maria Adams added eight digs and three aces for the Bullpups. Ferris’ Annika Briggs had nine kills and Shaelyn Pearson had 14 assists.

At Shadle Park, Bailey Ricard had 16 kills and Kelly Brown added 33 assists and three aces and Mt. Spokane (2-2) outlasted Shadle Park (1-3) in five sets. Scores were 18-25, 25-14, 23-25, 25-20 and 16-14.

Miahna Waters added 15 digs and two blocks for Mt. Spokane. The Highlanders were led by Josie Walser, who had 19 assists, 17 digs and three aces.

At Rogers, Christine Swop had 16 kills and Kelli Orr dished out 35 assists as North Central swept Rogers 25-17, 27-25 and 25-15.

Megan Dean added 15 digs for NC (1-3). Nicayla Risinger had 14 assists for the Pirates (0-4).

At Lewis and Clark, Kim Wong had seven kills and Peyton Douglass added 14 digs and two aces as Mead (3-1) swept Lewis and Clark 25-20, 25-14 and 25-18.

Hannah Hendricksen led the Tigers (2-2) with 12 assists.

Kelsey Nestegard had 15 kills, Sydney Lawrence added 10 blocks and Logan Bledsoe chipped in 35 digs as Pullman (4-2) topped East Valley (3-4) in a Great Northern League match in Pullman. Scores were 25-9, 16-25, 25-14 and 25-23.

Lucy Gao added 35 assists for the Greyhounds.

Jacquelyne Mallet had 11 kills and five aces and Kenzie Dean added eight kills, six digs and two aces as Timberlake (5-0) swept Kellogg (1-3) in an Intermountain League match at Spirit Lake.

Matraca Rocheleau added 24 assists and four aces for the Tigers.

Girls soccer

West Valley (7-3, 6-1) and East Valley (8-2, 6-1) both secured Great Northern League wins and remain tied atop the standings.

Abby McConnell scored two second-half goals to power West Valley past visiting Clarkston. Caitlyn Hossfeld assisted on McConnell’s 60th-minute goal and Rylee McConnell had the helper on the 75th-minute goal.

East Valley, meanwhile, scored five first-half goals and won 7-0 at Pullman. The Knights’ Hannah Burland had a goal and three assists.

Sofi Schnept scored in the first half and Maddy Murn and Harley Hendry scored second-half goals as Lakeland topped Moscow 3-1 in an Inland Empire League 4A match in Moscow.

The Hawks held a 25-17 advantage in shots.

Brooklyn Cunningham scored two second-half goals to power Coeur d’Alene Charter past Kellogg 5-0 in an Intermountain League match in Coeur d’Alene.

Cali Shipman and Katie Venera also scored for the Panthers, who also benefited from an own goal in the 49th minute.

Boys soccer

Tristin Howell scored two of Bonners Ferry’s six first-half goals and the Badgers blanked Priest River 6-0 in an Intermountain League game at Priest River.

Daniel Streuber, Tucker Dirks and Elijah Price also scored for Bonners Ferry.

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