Prep volleyball for Thursday, Sept. 12

AnchorageSeptember 12, 2013 

Chugiak 3, Service 1

Chugiak posted its first victory of the season Thursday by knocking off Service 25-19, 25-15, 21-25, 25-23 in a Cook Inlet Conference volleyball match at Chugiak.

Rachel Gregg racked up eight kills and six digs to lead the Mustangs. Natalie Stark added seven kills and three blocks, and setter Anna Ingraham contributed 10 assists and four aces.

Morgan Christy’s 10 kills and 11 total blocks and Tayleigh Talmadge’s 10 kills an 11 digs sparked Service, which also got 13 assists and three aces from Cydney Clark.


Bartlett 3, Eagle River 1

Bartlett used tough serving — 10 aces by Autumn Plews, five by Kayla Panzarella and four by Fia Manu — to turn back Eagle River in four sets Thursday in CIC volleyball action at Bartlett.

Plews and Savannah Sahara each ripped nine kills and Manu added seven for the Golden Bears, who posted their first win in three CIC games this season.

Eagle River was led by Kara Viotto’s four kills and three blocks and Kyla Meadows’ four kills and two blocks.


South 3, West 0

Kayla Sims put up 24 assists and pounded nine kills Thursday to propel South to a 25-22, 25-20, 25-19 sweep of West in a CIC volleyball match.

Holly Morehouse had a match-high 14 kills and Shelby Little added seven for the winners.

Diana Labontiu and Rita Dexter each notched seven kills for West, and Labontiu added nine digs.


Dimond 3, East 0

Dimond swept East in a CIC volleyball match Thursday, rolling to a 25-18, 25-11, 25-16 victory at East High. 

Leah Swiss led the way for the Lynx, racking 15 kills and 11 digs. Jenna Mixson distributed 12 assists and DaKayla Walters smacked six kills. 

East got four kills from Morgan Hill, three from Nadia Franks and nine digs from Marielle Valdez. 



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