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Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup

Pioneers keep winning; Knights sweep Hawks

 

September 24, 2013



Another busy week of high school volleyball is in the books, and as last weekend unfolded, it’s perfectly clear that the District 6C East is going to be a race which goes right down to the wire.

The 6C East week got started with Big Sandy sweeping Hays-Lodge Pole twice Tuesday night. The Pioneers romped in the first match by scores of 25-9, 25-7 and 25-4 with Brooke Leader totaling five kills. In the second outing, the Pioneers won by scores of 25-8, 25-12 and 25-4 as Kaylie Gilman had two blocks and nine service aces.

Both area Class B teams were in action Thursday night, and both were beaten by tough opponents.

Playing up, the Rocky Boy Morning Stars lost to the Class A Browning Indians Thursday night in Rocky Boy. The Indians won by scores of 25-12, 25-18 and 25-18. Allison Windy Boy led the Morning Stars with 11 assist, while Jurnee LaForge had five kills and three aces.

Meanwhile, in Malta, the Harlem Wildcats were swept by the Malta M-Ettes in a 2B matchup. The M-Ettes beat the Wildcats by scores of 25-7, 25-14 and 25-9. Harlem got three kills, two assists and four digs from Erin LaMere, while Coco Moore had four digs.

The big matchup Friday night took place in Chester as the Big Sandy Pioneers rolled up the Hi-Line and took down the Chester/J-I Hawks in a critical 6C East match. The Pioneers won by scores of 25-20, 25-22 and 25-17. Kaylie Gilman had eight kills and four blocks in the sweep, while Kylie Cline had 17 assists and Shelby Gasvoda totaled eight digs and four aces.

The Hawks were led by Allix Goldhahn’s four kills. Denerey Haaland had four aces and seven digs as well.

Chinook also won handily Friday night, beating Denton-Stanford-Geyser at home. The Beeters beat the Trojans by scores of 25-10, 25-16 and 25-23 and were dominant throughout the match.

Leading the way was Makhayla Farmer, who totaled 19 kills and six stuff blocks. Hannah Weber added 17 assists and three aces for the Sugarbeeters.

Back in the 6C East Saturday night, the North Star Knights held on to first place in the conference with a dominating three-game sweep of C/J-I. In Chester, the Knights won by scores of 25-19, 25-17 and 25-19. Tylynn Rettig paced the Knights with nine kills, three aces, one block and a whopping 35 digs. Graysen Spicher had 27 assists.

C/J-I, which suffered its second straight loss at home, got seven kills from Allix Goldhahn, while Denerey Haaland had 12 digs and Erin Wolfe earned one block.

Saturday night didn’t go any better for Rocky Boy. The Morning Stars were beaten at home by Cut Bank by scores of 25-17, 25-9 and 25-13. In the 1B matchup, the Morning Stars got four kills, five blocks and three aces from Jurnee LaForge, as well as 15 digs by Rainey Singer.

Tuesday

Big Sandy def. Hays-Lodge Pole

25-9, 25-7, 25-4

HLP – stats not reported.

Big Sandy – Kills: 15 (Brooke Leader 5). Blocks: 2 (Shelby Gasvoda, Leader). Aces: 24 (Gasvoda 6). Assists: 14 (Kylie Cline 7, Leader 7).

Big Sandy def. Hays-Lodge Pole

25-8, 25-12, 25-4

HLP – stats not reported.

Big Sandy -- Kills: 19 (Abby Gregory 4). Blocks: 2 (Kaylie Gilman 2). Aces: 30 (Gilman 9, Cline 7). Assists: 16 (Cline 9).

Thursday

At Rocky Boy

Browning def. Rocky Boy

25-12, 25-18, 25-18

Browning – Kills 41 (Whitney Bremmer 8), blocks 0, assists 39 (Joni Murray 33), digs 23 (Bremmer 8), aces 11 (Cydnie Sharp 4).

Rocky Boy – Aces 6 (Jurnee LaForge 3), blocks 3 (three with 1), digs 53 (Rainey Singer 21), assists 11 (Allison Windy Boy 11), kills 13 (LaForge 5).

At Malta

Malta def. Harlem

25-7, 25-14, 25-9

Harlem – Kills 8 (Monique Doney 3, Erin LaMere 3), Assists 4 (LaMere 2), Aces 7 (LaMere 4), Digs 18 (Coco Moore 4), Blocks 3 (Doney 2),

Malta – Kills 12 (Darby Schue 7), Assits 9 (Markelle Lett 6), Aces 24 (Kelsey Kuehn 17), Digs 16 (Kourtney Simonson 5), Blocks 6 (Laramie Scheffelmear 2).

Friday

At Hobson

Tri-City def. Hays-Lodge Pole

25-8, 25-9, 25-11

HLP – no stats reported.

Tri-City – Kills 25 (Jaegen Hughes 8), Assists 19 (Brooke Vincent 11), Aces 21 (Vincent 5), Digs 3 (Sam Bacon 2), Blocks 2 (Ember Drivdahl 2).

At Chinook

Chinook def. DGS

25-10, 25-16, 25-23

DGS leaders – Kills 14 (Chelsea Kilgore 6); assists 13 (Landra Lucas 13); aces 4 (4 girls with 1 each); digs 61 (Christine Belluomini 12, Landra Lucas 12); blocks 4 (Kendra Smith 3.5).

Chinook leaders – Kills 34 (Makhayla Farmer 19); assists 27 (Hannah Weber 17); aces 12 (Hannah Weber 3); digs 55 (Emily Dennis 30); blocks 14 (Makhayla Farmer 6).

At Chester

Big Sandy def. C/J-I

25-20, 25-22, 25-17

C/J-I leaders – Kills 13 (Allix Goldhahn 4); assists 10 (Madeline Woods 7); aces 4 (Denerey Haaland 1, Tamara Roos 1, Peyton Cole 1, Madeline Woods 1); digs 20 (Erin Wolfe 7, Denerey Haaland 7); blocks 5 (Allix Goldhahn 2).

Big Sandy leaders – Kills 31 (Kaylie Gilman 8); assists 27 (Kylie Cline 17); aces 12 (Shelby Gasvoda 4); digs 15 (Shelby Gasvoda 8); blocks 5 (Kaylie Gilman 4).

Saturday

At Chester

North Star def. Chester/J-I

25-19, 25-17, 25-19

C/J-I – Kills 11 (Allix Goldhahn 7), Assists 10 (Madeline Woods 5, Emma Earl 5), Aces 8 (Peyton Cole 4), Digs 32 (Denerey Haaland 12), Blocks 1 (Erin Wolfe).

North Star – Kills 29 (Tylynn Rettig 9), Assists 28 (Graysen Spicher 27), Aces 5 (Rettig 3), Digs 96 (Rettig 35), Blocks 2 (Rettig, Kiera Miller).

At Rocky Boy

Cut Bank def. Rocky Boy

25-17, 25-9, 25-13

Cut Bank: Kills 30 (Kayla Leary 9), Blocks 2 (two with 1), Digs 15 (Paige Larson 6), Assists 25 (Larson 17), Aces 16 (Jenny Vaile 7)

Rocky Boy: Aces 7 (Jurnee LaForge 3), Blocks 6 (LaForge 5), Kills 7 (LaForge 4), Assists 4 (Allison Windy Boy 4), Digs 41 (Rainey Singer 15).

 

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