Eagle River volleyball team beats Colony in five

Photos by MARC LESTER / ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS

Morgen Wohrle's double-double paced Eagle River in a 25-22, 26-24, 22-25, 24-26, 15-13 nonconference volleyball win over host Colony on Tuesday night.

Wohrle produced 45 digs and 10 kills, and Tess Anderson led the Eagle River attack with 19 kills. Cheyane Yaw scored seven aces, with Gabbi LeCates notching six blocks.

Soldotna 3, Kenai 0

Getting eight kills and seven blocks from Kaillee Skjold, Soldotna defended its home court with a 25-11, 25-11, 25-15 high school volleyball win over Kenai on Tuesday.

Soldotna's Heidi Westerman achieved team highs with 10 assists and five aces, and Natalie Kress chipped in eight digs. Soldotna improved to 6-1.

Grace 3, Houston 0

After a narrow win in the first set Tuesday, the Grace Christian volleyball team cruised to a 27-25, 25-14, 25-14 sweep in a high school match against visiting Houston.

Krista Green led Grace with six kills, and Felicity Roe racked 11 assists, eight digs and four kills for the Grizzlies.

Prep Flag football

Dimond clinches CIC

With two games left on its schedule, the undefeated Dimond flag football team has clinched first place in the Cook Inlet Conference.

Posting their fifth shutout Monday against East, the Lynx improved to 12-0. Their nearest competitors are West and Chugiak, which are tied for second at 7-4.

To complete an undefeated regular season, Dimond will need wins over South (4-8) and Bartlett (2-10). West and Chugiak each have three games remaining, including one against each other Monday. In the only meeting between the teams this season, West beat Chugiak 8-0 last month.

Flag football standings

Cook Inlet Conference

Team Record

Dimond 12-0

West 7-4

Chugiak 7-4

East 6-6

Eagle River 5-7

Service 4-8

South 4-8

Bartlett 2-10

Bartlett 13, West 12

Bartlett's Myna Lincoln scored two touchdowns and made an interception Monday at Anchorage Football Stadium, and the Golden Bears edged West 13-12 in a Cook Inlet Conference flag football game.

Lincoln ran for one touchdown and caught a pass from Kiera Stokes for another. Lincoln's interception put a stop to one of West's fourth-quarter drives, but Jenae Walker made the most critical stop on the game's final play when she pulled the flag of a West runner who was just 1-yard from crossing the goal line as time expired.

Dimond 13, East 0

Tara Thompson's two touchdown passes was all the offense Dimond needed Monday, and her two interceptions on defense helped the Lynx shut out East 13-0 in a CIC flag football game at Dimond Alumni Field.

Dimond's Vanessa Tufaga was also impressive on both sides of the ball, leading the Lynx with five pulls and rushing for 79 yards on 16 carries. Rachel Brady hauled in both of Thompson's touchdown passes, one for 15 yards and one for 14. Gabby Coleman added an interception for the Lynx.

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