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October 10, 2012 at 10:07 AM

Some high-school volleyball highlights from Tuesday

Two ranked volleyball teams in the area went down Tuesday night, so let’s start the highlights there:

Meadowdale 3, Glacier Peak 0

The Grizzlies were back in this week’s 3A rankings at No. 10, but it was Meadowdale with the sweep behind the defensive efforts of Amy Rickel (29 digs). Tara Fishback piled up 32 assists and spread them around as Sloan Morrison had 9 kills and the Mavs got 7 apiece (and 4 blocks) from Kayla Cummins and Gabrielle Mahler. Ruby Mensing led GP with 10 kills and 19 digs. Maddi Ober and Maria Darling contributed 8 kills each and McKenzie Wilkinson contributed 16 assists and 11 digs.

Sumner 3, Washington 2

I had an e-mail exchange with Sumner coach Mike Fitzpatrick Tuesday, and he liked his teams chances against the Patriots, ranked No. 10 in 2A. Washington won 3-1 a month ago, but Fitzpatrick said he thought his team matched up better with them than they did Fife, which had been No. 10 all season before losing to Washington a week and a half ago. The Spartans were led by Kaetlyn Brown (19 kills, 3 aces), Karissa Smith (15 kills, 12 digs), Brittany Smith (29 assists) and Hanna Fitzpatrick (18 digs). Washington’s Tasi Peredo, one of the SPSL 2A’s top players, accounted for 15 kills and 19 digs and got help from Brianna Glass (8 kills, 15 assists, 13 digs), Abby Evans (8 kills, 4 blocks) and Asia Komacho (15 assists).

Jackson 3, Kamiak 1

The Timberwolves, ranked No. 2 in 4A, were coming off there first in-state loss of the season — to No. 1 Mead in the championship match of the Spokane Crossover Classic. It caused the two teams to flip-flop in this week’s rankings. Plus, Jackson was without one of its top players, Emmy Allen, who was ill. Kamiak took advantage to start, winning the opening set. but Jackson stormed back to sweep the next three. The T-Wolves aren’t reporting individual highlights, but Kamiak was ekeyed by Margaret Wallace (11 kills), Rian Larsen (10 kills), Danielle Smullin (35 assists) and Sara Pulaski (26 digs).

Monroe 3, Arlington 0

Melina Seabrook (19 kills, 10 digs) and D.D. Latimore (27 assists) keyed the victory. Arlington was led by Audrey Frolich (8 kills) and Brooke Johnson (7 kills).

Snohomish 3, Mount Vernon 0

Lanesha Reagan put together 15 kills and 3 blocks to spark the Panthers, while Kendle Valade-Nunez supplied 22 assists and 6 aces and Malia Matthews added 8 kills. Danielle Wegner had 6 kills for Mount Vernon.

Lynnwood 3, Mariner 0

The Royals showed balance as Jenny Martinez supplied 9 kills, Linda Wilson had 8 (plus 5 blocks) and Adel Barnes finished with 7. Mariner got an impressive 9 blocks from Anna Golubitskikh.

Mountlake Terrace 3, Shorecrest 1

Madison Eich and Meg Roberts led the Hawks’ offense with 12 and 8 kills, respectively. The assists were shared by Justine Kelly (18) and Casey Hynes (15) and the defense was keyed by Ali Hitchcock (20 digs) and Anne Marie Gonzalez (15). Shorecrest also had several standouts — Diana Conwell (19 kills, 14 digs), Hallie Williams (13 kills), Aiko Canfiled (6 kills, 11 digs) and Stephanie Taylor (39 digs).

Oak Harbor 3, Marysville-Pilchuck 1

No details reported.

Everett 3, Marysville Getchell 0

No details reported.

Mercer Island 3, Interlake 0

The Islanders, ranked No. 1 in 3A, continue to roll and clash with No. 3 Mount Si (former No. 1) on Oct. 18. Their top efforts Tuesday came from Jemma Yeadon (16 kills, 2 aces), Sara Lindquist (14 kills), Kris Brackman (10 kills, 3 aces), Carly Wilson (36 assists, 6 aces) and Lorial Yeadon (16 digs). For Interlake, the leaders were Carolyn Fordyce (8 kills, 14 digs), Margo Parker (8 kills), Jackie Regalia (20 assists, 3 aces) and Kendall Davis (14 digs).

Mount Si 3, Sammamish 0

The Wildcats didn’t have a chance to pile up many stats as Lindsay Carr and Anna McCreadie each had a modest 6 kills. Lauren Smith had 5 aces to go with 13 assists and Gen Kroppi also served up 5 aces.

Juanita 3, Bellevue 2

Sarah Brennan amassed 25 kills for the Rebels and Jade Finau put together 38 assists, 7 kills and 4 aces. Nicole Kalda added 4 aces and 4 blocks. Bellevue also had several standouts — Jessie Marvin (17 kills, 7 aces), Ella Young (8 kills), Elise Berberoglu (7 kills, 11 digs), Lauren Patrick (33 assists) and Kelsey Burns (29 digs, 3 aces).

Lake Washington 3, Liberty 1

Maddy Lind matched 16 kills with 16 digs and added 4 aces to pace the Kangs and got help from Dana Hassert (15 kills), Maddy Shepard (7 kills), Maddy Stone (21 assists) and Devon Weaver (18 digs). Liberty got 10 kills apiece from Jessica Pickering (plus 11 digs) and Delane Agnew. Malia Parilla finished with 29 assists and he defense was keyed by Krista Merca (17 digs). Shea O’Brien added 11 digs and 3 aces.

Kennedy Catholic 3, Evergreen 0

The Lancers spread the kills around to Apryll Eneliko (13), Amanda Shioyama (12), Sydney Beach (7) and Riley Fawcet (6) with Jasmine Moore handing out 18 assists.

Hazen 3, Foster 1

No Hazen highlights reported. For Foster, the top performers were Aba Monkah (7 kills), Eunica Serafica (6 kills, 18 digs) and Lesieli Tapealava (18 assists).

Molly Cichosz crushed 13 kills, while Maya Williamson had 11 to go with 5 blocks and Sam Odren tallied 25 assists. Bonney Lake got 14 kills and 16 digs from Lisa Demick, 12 kills and 15 digs from Kylie Acuna and 32 assists from Ashtyn Bagby.

Enumclaw 3, Lakes 0

The Hornets were paced by Barbie Becker (8 kills, 8 assists, 8 digs, 3 aces, Missy Sanders (12 digs, 6 kills), Hannah Morris (9 assists, 11 digs, 2 aces) and Olivia Bannerot (15 digs).

Peninsula 3, Decatur 0

Erin Horkan provided 10 kills and Emily Stavig had 17 assists to pace Peninsula.

Steilacoom 3, Franklin Pierce 0

No details reported.

King’s 3, Archbishop Murphy 0

The Knights, ranked No. 3 in the Coaches Association 1A poll, were led by Alsanne Van Dyke (14 kills), Whitney Naber (9 kills, 6 aces) and Rachel Morinaga (18 assists). Abby Jamieson had 10 assists for the Wildcats, who also go 10 digs apiece from Angelina DeGrazi and Madeline Johnson.

Lakewood 3, Granite Falls 1

No details reported.

Cedarcrest 3, Sultan 0

No details reported.

South Whidbey 3, Coupeville 0

No details reported.

Forest Ridge 3, Seattle Academy 0

No Forest Ridge highlights reported. Sierra Lorenzini led Seattle Academy with 13 kills and Gianna Pagano had 10 assists.

University Prep 3, Northwest School 0

Patricia Van Deursen was solid all around with 5 kills, 10 assists and 7 aces and Jerusalem Hadush contributed 12 digs.

Cascade Christian 3, Eatonville 0

Jessi Walters (15 kills) and Madi Dumars (36 assists) keyed the win.

Seattle Lutheran 3, Chief Leschi 1

Olivia Wake served up 9 aces and pounded 8 kills to lead the way.

Darrington 3, Shoreline Christian 1

No Darrington highlights reported. For Shoreline Christian, Jessica Hoogerhyde paired 13 kills with 18 assits, Bella Hermesch had 7 blocks and Sarah Ott dug up 18 balls.

Rainier Christian 3, Muckleshoot Tribal 0

Rainier Christian, ranked No. 10 in the Coaches Association 1B poll, was sparked by Olivia Lanier (15 kills, 15 digs, 7 aces), Jamison Ryan (6 kills, 10 assists, 4 aces) and Makaylee Lyman (14 digs, 7 aces).

Bellevue Christian 3, Vashon Island 1

No details reported.

Crosspoint Academy 3, Tacoma Baptist 1

No details reported.

Providence Classical Christian 3, Lummi 0

No details reported.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 3, Shorewood Christian 0

No details reported.



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