Mustang spikers down Shields Valley
On Saturday, the Lady Mustangs dropped visiting Shields Valley in three sets.
Mikayla Sullivan led the way with nine kills and Tori Durham added 10 digs. The Rebels were unable to keep pace with the Mustangs as they fell 25-14, 25-12, 25-19.
Dore Stutterheim totaled eight digs and Maryrose Milkovich added nine assists to pace the Rebels.
Harrison dominates Rebels
Taylor Statton tallied 13 of Harrison’s 25 kills to lead the Wildcats past Shields Valley last Friday night.
Mykah Cooper added 20 assists in the lopsided victory where Harrison decimated the Rebels 25-14, 25-16, 25-16.
Casey McInereny earned nine kills for Shields Valley in the loss.
Lady Panthers still winless in conference
Sheridan Lady Panthers dropped a conference match in Sheridan against White Sulpher Springs Friday night.
White Sulpher came out strong with their serves. Sheridan focused really well on their passes and serving, but is continuing to work on executing their offense.
Anna Peterson and Jaia Naisbitt each tallied two kills while Peterson added three blocks.
Sheridan came up short 17-25, 15-25, 11-25.
Lady Mustangs fall to Bruins
In perhaps the most anticipated matchup in conference volleyball this fall, the Mustangs were defeated in three games last Friday night against Gardiner.
A year ago, the two teams battled at the district and divisional championships. Ennis won five of their six contests, but this year the Bruins edged Ennis 20-25, 25-27, 24-26.
Mady McKitrick, Mikayla Sullivan and Rachael Croy each tallied a pair of aces. Sullivan added nine kills in the loss.
Panther spikers fall short at Granite tournament
On Saturday, Sheridan Lady Panthers traveled to Phillipsburg to play in the Granite tournament.
Fourteen teams competed in the tournament.
Sheridan split with Charlo in the first round-robin with scores of 12-10, 5-12.
Next, the Lady Panthers battled conference foe Lima and, again, split with their opponent 12-11, 5-12.
In the final round of the round-robin, Sheridan unseated Two Eagle River with scores of 12-9, 12-4 earning them a fifth place seating for the tournament finals.
Their tournament was abruptly halted when the Panthers met with Lincoln in the first tournament round where they came up short 11-15, 5-15.
Sheridan volleyball coach Sara Decker contributed to this story.
Lady Falcons topple Willow Creek
The Broncs posed little threat to a powerful Falcon volleyball team last weekend where Twin Bridges won the match in three sets.
Katie Corrigan totaled ten aces and six kills to pace the Falcons in the 25-10, 25-13, 25-17 rout.