HS Girls Volleyball: Southwestern League Scores & Highlights

Published on: Sep 25, 2015 @ 10:12

Vista Murrieta Rallies Past Rancho Cucamonga, Wolfpack, Rams, Pumas & Golden Bears Win

Vista Murrieta 3 Rancho Cucamonga 2

10710879_387404631406829_7650852085658147641_nThe Broncos overcame a 0-2 deficit losing the first 17-25 and then the second 20-25 before turning things around. Led by sophomore Lexi Hadrych Vista Murrieta came back to beat the Cougars 25-23 in the third and then took the pivotal fourth set 30-28.

Rancho Cucamonga continued to play the Broncos tough but fell 15-13 in the final set. Hadrych had 25 kills and Rachel Woody scored15 and had 21 digs for Vista Murrieta. Brianna Doehrmann came up with 25 digs.

The Bronco victory was in a big part due to the team's outstanding back-row defense. Doehrmann, Sara Lillie and Holley Persson’s defensive play was key in stopping Rancho Cucamonga and handing the Cougars their first loss of the season.

14Chaparral 3 Anaheim Canyon 1

The Pumas dropped the first set to Anaheim Canyon 20-25 but Dana Burkholder’s team came fighting back, taking the next three 25-21, 25-21, and 26-24. The victory improves Chaparral to 6-3 overall.
Alyson Moriarity led the Pumas with 18 kills and Karli Koza came up with 26 digs.

Murrieta Mesa 3. Temescal Canyon 0

12039468_530458457106899_4368564962237710300_nThe Rams improved their 2015 season record to 8-4 with a convincing 3-set sweep of Temescal Canyon.

Murrieta Mesa took  all three sets easily, winning the first 25-12 and then taking the next two 25-19 and 25-16. Freshman Kali Uhl led the Ram attack with 17 kills and 12 digs. Savannah Esteban had 16 assists for Murrieta mesa.

Temecula Valley 3 Hemet 0

1214The Golden Bears overwhelmed the Bulldogs Thursday afternoon sweeping Hemet, 25-18, 25-21and 25-21. Temecula Valley has won 10 matches in a row and they seem to be getting stronger as they get ready for league play.

Sophomore Peyton McBride led the Golden Bears with 11kills against Hemet. Freshman Jasmine West had 12 digs for TVHS and Jordyn Amoy finished with 31 assists. Temecula Valley is 13-1.)

                                                                  Great Oak 3 Marymount 1

10411029_419886971533729_4614217735093478443_nThe Wolfpack offense led by senior setter Cindy Marina defeated Marymount in four sets. Great Oak took the first two 25-23, 25-17 before dropping the third 21-25. The Wolfpack took the final set 25-16 to improve to 5-0.
Marina had 36 assists for Great Oak against the Sailors. Senior Bailee  Huizenga had 12 kills and 13 digs. Amy Underdown also had 12 kills. Samantha Rice had14 digs.

Murrieta Valley 0 Santiago 3

12009722_863047383784977_5946045940429447991_nSantiago extracted a little revenge against the Southwestern league beating Murrieta Valley in a 3 set sweep Thursday. The Sharks were still stinging from a 3-1 loss to Great Oak Tuesday when the Nighhawks arrived.

Murrieta lost 25-20, 25-19 and 27-25 and fell to 11-7 overall this season. The Nighthawks were led by senior captains McKenna Miller’s 15 kills and Faith Woodward’s 14 digs.

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