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After a two-week shutdown, Anchorage’s CIC volleyball teams are back in action

  • Author: Anchorage Daily News
  • Updated: October 17, 2020
  • Published October 17, 2020

Volleyball returned Friday night for Anchorage’s Cook Inlet Conference high schools after a two-week shutdown because of COVID-19.

The Bartlett Golden Bears and West Eagles both hung on for five-set victories, and Dimond eked out a four-set win.

The season was halted at the start of the month because of multiple team quarantines.

Dimond 3, South 1

Jazzy Golly, Larssen Anderson and Kadyn Osborne posted double-doubles to lead the Lynx past the South Wolverines 18-25, 25-12, 27-25, 25-23.

Golly had 11 kills, 16 digs and three aces, Anderson contributed 11 kills and 15 digs and Osborne added 26 assists and 13 digs.

Hanna Henrie pounded a match-high 19 kills to lead South, which also got 11 kills and 16 digs from Cami Houser, 16 digs from Kylie Hurd and 26 assists from Emma McMillan.

Bartlett 3, Chugiak 2

Lorylynna Atafua and Sinalynn Roberts both had double-digit kills to go with double-digit assists to help the Golden Bears fend off Chugiak 28-26, 21-25, 19-25, 25-10, 15-11.

Atafua racked up 15 kills and 27 assists and Riberts had 14 kills and 13 assists. Judith Utuga had a team-high 16 kills for Bartlett, Doralynn Roberts added 10 and Zaysharae Malia-Hughes came through defensively with 18 digs.

Chugiak leaders were Aubreanna Adams (5 blocks), Sara Moore (7 kills), Lily Hulse (15 assists) and Katelynn Hall (11 digs).

West 3, East 2

The West Eagles won the last two sets to pull out a 17-25, 25-23, 20-25, 25-20, 15-13 victory over the East T-birds.

East lost despite strong efforts from Khadijah Morgan (10 kills, 17 digs, 3 blocks), Tristhy Tulabot (11 kills, 8 digs, 3 blocks) and Precilla Fagafaga (10 kills, 29 digs). No stats were reported for West.

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