HS Girls Volleyball: Great Oak, Temecula Valley and Vista Murrieta all Sweep to Victory

Published on: Oct 9, 2015

The Wolfpack and Golden Bears Tied for First Place in the Southwestern League with 2-0 Records

12096215_1209155302445132_9056686248167843722_nSouthwestern League Girls Volleyball play is underway and, as expected, the Wolfpack is cruising along. The Golden Bears are also undefeated after two games, Murrieta Valley and Vista Murrieta are both 1-1. Murrieta Mesa and Chaparral are looking for their first victory. It’s not easy when you compete in the Inland Empire’s toughest league.

Temecula Valley-Murrieta Mesa
12119157_535645823254829_5780618530994553455_nThe Golden Bears overcame tough resistance from the Rams as Temecula Valley took the first set 26-24. Murrieta Mesa continued to play hard hitting volleyball but fell 25-20 and then 25-17 in the final set.

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“Despite struggling with our tempo, the girls adjusted in order to pull off the win” said Temecula Valley Head Coach Leanna Bush.” Lindsey Schell and Kenzie Guimont, gave us the boost needed with their steady offense”.

Peyton McBride led the Golden Bears with 11 kills. Two freshemen excelled for Temecula Valley as Jasmine West had 20 digs and setter Jordyn Amoy finished with 34 assists.

Mesa freshman Kali Uhl led the Ram attack with 14 kills and 21 digs. Leimomi Arscott scored 11 kills in the contest.

                                                                  Great Oak-Chaparral
12063386_1209154722445190_8440514610097956334_nThe Pumas lost their second heartbreaker of the season Thursday. Chaparral put up a great fight but fell to the defending Southwestern League Champions in straight sets 25-22, 25-20, 25-20.


Amy Underdown led Great Oak with 11 kills and Bailee Huizenga had 11. . Samantha Rice had 18 digs and Cindy Marina finished with 36 assists for the Wolfpack.
Vista Murrieta-Murrieta Valley

The Broncos and Nighthawks played another  tough three set match in the Southwestern league Tuesday/ Vista Murrieta won  27-25, 25-20, 25-17.
Lexi Hadrych had 11 kills and 9.Digs for the Broncos.

Photos by Lori Pavia Koza & Michael Atkins

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