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Prep volleyball roundup: Wins for Dimond, Bartlett, Eagle River, East

  • Author: Alaska Dispatch News
  • Updated: September 12
  • Published September 12

Dimond 3, South 1

After losing the first set, Dimond came back to defeat South in four sets Tuesday in a Cook Inlet Conference volleyball match at South.

Alissa Pili walloped 16 kills and registered 23 digs to spearhead the Lynx, who won 25-27, 25-20, 25-15, 25-18.

Madelyn Shockey piled up eight blocks and Hahni Johnson dished 29 assists and furnished 19 digs for Dimond.

South was propelled by Erin Doner (6 kills, 6 blocks, 2 aces), Bronwyn Settle (21 digs) and Emilye Grace Williams (11 kills).

Bartlett 3, Chugiak 2

It took five sets for Bartlett to beat Chugiak in a Tuesday CIC volleyball showdown.

The Golden Bears clawed their way to a 25-20, 25-15, 12-25, 19-25, 15-11 win.

Lynna Atafua accumulated 40 assists and 17 digs, and Pa'ia Togaga'e garnered 17 kills and 22 digs to lead Bartlett.

Chugiak was led by Samantah Harris (8 kills, 2 blocks) and Mazie Edwards (.455 hitting percentage, 4 block).

Eagle River 3, Service 1

Double-doubles by Kaylee Barch (13 aces, 16 digs) and freshman setter Liz Rheule (30 assists, 10 digs) boosted Eagle River in its volleyball victory over Service on Tuesday.

The Wolves won the CIC match 25-11, 24-26, 25-16, 25-23.

Landry McGee contributed 14 kills for Eagle River.

Autummn Monkelien paced Service with nine kills, 10 digs and five aces. Haley Jensen added six kills and setter Megan Matthews contributed 19 assists for the Cougars.

East 3, West 0

East won three close sets to sweep West 25-22, 25-22, 25-21 in a Tuesday CIC volleyball match at East.

Daisy Page reeled off 12 kills and nine digs to lead the T-birds.

Leona Tau'ese (5 aces, 14 digs) and Nyanuer Bidit (8 kills, 2 blocks, 8 digs) also contributed.

West was led by Brooke Dexter and Alize Taliauli with 10 kills apiece. Faith Marroquin added 12 digs.

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