Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WRHS volleyball rallies past Burley

In Great Basin match

Community School junior Darby David goes for the pass during last Thursday’s match won by Carey at the Sun Valley gym. Photo by Roland Lane

     The Wood River High School varsity volleyball team (9-6, 2-2 league) rallied for a 20-25, 25-15, 25-16, and 25-15 Great Basin Conference win over the Burley Bobcats in Burley Thursday night.

     Coach Tim Richards said, “The varsity team played Burley neck-in-neck in the first set, tying the score 20-20 before losing 20-25. But the Lady Wolverines regrouped and showed great determination, winning the match.”

     Junior Liz Forsling led the offense with 10 kills and 3 service aces. Senior Haley Cutler had 7 kills and 10 assists. Brittney Bradley added 3 kills and 19 assists.

     Richards said, “Sophomores Michelle Mason (6 kills) and Blair Radford (4 kills) continue to spark our team with hitting and defense. Ciceley Peavey is stellar in the defensive position with 19 digs.”

     · The Carey School Panthers moved to 2-0 in Northside Conference league action with a 25-4, 23-25, 25-11, 25-12 road victory over the Community School Cutthroats in Sun Valley last Thursday.

     The first-game serving of Kylie Castle, Paige Koudelka and Medin Cenarrusa sparked Carey (6-3), which hosts Dietrich (5-1) Thursday, Sept. 25 in another Northside Conference match.

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