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September 28, 2012 at 3:42 PM

Some high-school volleyball highlights from Thursday

Geting ready to head out to cover a football game, but wanted to give you some quick highlights from the prep volleyball matches reported to The Times Thursday, starting with the ranked teams:

Jackson 3, Lynwood 0

The Timberwolves, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, didn’t allow more than 18 points in any set. They aren’t reporting individual stat leaders this season. Grace Douglas led Lynnwood with 12 assists.

Curtis 3, Bethel 0

Sophie VanEssen delivered 12 kills for the Vikings (No. 3 in 4A), while Kaysee Shaffer handed out 32 assists and Jessica Woodruff added 23 digs.

Mercer Island 3, Bellevue 0

The Islanders, likely to move up from No. 2 in Class 3A to No. 1 after the two loses by Holy Names, were paced by Sara Lindquist (12 kills), Carly WIlson (24 assists) and Lorial Yeadon (15 digs). For Bellevue, Julie Pettere had a team-high 14 digs.

Mount SI 3, Liberty 1

Anna McCreadie bashed 13 kills for the No. 4 Wildcats and added five aces, while Lauren Smith put together 29 assists, 17 digs and 5 aces and Gen Knoppi dug up 32 balls.

Washington 3, Fife 2

Fife, ranked No. 10 in Class 2A, suffered its first league loss thanks partly to the performances of Washington’s Tasi Peredo (16 kills), Taylor Story (10 kills) and Brianna Glass (21 assists, 6 kills, 4 aces). The Trojans were led by Eva Linden (22 kills, 4 blocks), Lara Linden (15 kills, 4 aces) and Audra Koke (44 assists).

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 3, Bellevue Christian 2

Mikayla Massad led the come-back victory with 18 kills, 21 digs and 3 aces as Cedar Park, ranked No. 9 in the Coaches Association’s 1A poll, ralled from two sets down. Lani Hansen added 47 assists, 16 digs and 3 aces and Rachel Kumai chipped in 29 digs.

Emerald Ridge 3, Rogers 2

The Jags ralled from two sets down and dominated the fifth, 15-4. Jenna Mullen was the catalyst with 21 kills, 14 digs and 3 blocks, while Megan Horton added 30 assists, 12 digs and 5 aces. For Rogers, the top performers were Colby Barnette (14 kills), Whitney Riffle (11 kills, 5 blocks) and Kelsie Abram 17 digs).

Kentlake 3, Tahoma 3

Victoria Boyker led a balanced Kentlake attack with 11 kills and added 3 aces, with Ginger Mason adding 20 assists. Tahoma was also balanced as five players contributed 7 kills or more, led by the 9 each from Megan Smith (plus 10 digs, 3 aces) and Mikayla Melton. Annika Burdulis finished with 22 assists and Maddy Cole had 29 digs.

Kentwood 3, Auburn 0

Sarah Toeaina (11 kills, 5 blocks, 9 digs) and Piper Crabtree (10 assists, 5 kills, 7 digs) paced the Conquerors. For Auburn, the standouts were Brooke Good (13 kills, 4 blocks, 20 digs), Makaela Kindell (11 kills, 16 digs) and Iris Fiaiu (23 assists).

Auburn Riverside 3, Mount Rainier 0

No details reported.

Lake Stevens 3, Snohomish 1

No Lake Stevens details reported. Snohomish was led by Lanesha Reagan (22 kills) and Kendle Valade-Nunez (22 assists).

Monroe 3, Mount Vernon 0

Melina Seabrook led the way with 16 kills and got help from D.D. Latimore (47 assists) and Emily Aikins (13 digs).

Juanita 3, Interlake 2

Jade Finau stood out with 38 assists, 16 kills and 3 aces and the Rebels’ offense got additional help from Sarah Brennan (23 kills) and Lauren Friend (11 kills, 3 aces). Interlake’s Carolyn Fordyce put together 19 kills and 8 aces, while Julie Regalia finished with 27 assists.

Lake Washington 3, Sammamish 0

Maddy Stone directed the LW offense with 10 assists.

Kennedy Catholic 3, Highline 1

The Lancers were sparked by Riley Fawcett (18 kills, 6 aces) and Shayne McPherson (28 assists, 7 aces).

Hazen 3, Evergreen 0

Kelsey Allen (13 kills) and Shelby Sturman (12 kills, 5 aces) led the way and got help from Sablena Milinganyou (26 assists) and Marcela Macias (27 digs). Evergreen’s Cecilia Vu had 11 assists.

Foster 3, Lindbergh 1

Eunica Serafica (10 kills, 3 aces) sparked the Bulldogs with help from Leslieli Tapealava (20 assists, 3 aces) and Veronica Sun (18 digs).

Meadowdale 3, Shorecrest 0

Carly Reece (8 kills, 10 digs) and Tara Fishback (26 assists) paced the Mavs. Shorecrest got 10 assists from Lauren Rutter.

Glacier Peak 3, Shorewood 0

The GP standouts were Maddi Ober (14 kills, 10 digs), Ruby Mensing (13 kills) and Reanna Jarchow (29 assists, 10 digs). Marianne Kellogg piled up 21 assists for Shorewood.

Cedarcrest 3, Lakewood 0

Hanna Halverson keyed the victory with 25 assists. Lakewood got 5 kills and 4 aces from Skylar Cannon.

Annie Wright 3, University Prep 0

Lani Kalalau and Margaux Arnston both smacked 11 kills and Kalalau added 10 digs to lead the way. The assists were shared by Maria Vipond (19) and Kaley Turner (12).

Seattle Academy 3, Eastside Prep 0

Sierre Lorenzini served up a whopping 16 aces in the victory.

Rainier Christian 3, Puget Sound Adventist 0

Olivia Lanier (9 kills, 10 assists, 3 aces) and Kelsie Dodd (9 kills, 3 blocks) led the way.

Tacoma Baptist 3, Chief Leschi 0

Makenna Newfield was a spark with 16 assists and 6 aces.

Shorewood Christian 3, Northwest Yeshiva 1

No details reported.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 3, Evergreen Lutheran 1

No details reported.



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