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With preseason tournaments behind them, area high school volleyball teams are turning the attention to conference play.

On Thursday night, the District 6C East started off with a big match between Box Elder and Big Sandy. The Pioneers won by scores of 25-11, 25-8 and 25-23 on their home floor, and they got four kills and two digs from MacKenzie Jenkins to lead the way. The Bears were led by Rebecca Rosette with two kills and two aces.

In a nonconference match Thursday night, the North Star Knights beat the Sunburst Refiner in five games in Gildford. The match could be a preview of two of the top teams in the Northern C, and the Knights pulled it out in dramatic fashion, by scores of 21-25, 20-25, 25-22, 25-15 and 15-10.

Coming from two sets down, the Knights got 12 kills and five blocks from Kali Twedt.

Friday night's action wasn't so kind to the Knights. Again they played a Northern C powerhouse in Gildford, but it was the visiting Chinook Sugarbeeters who came out on top by scores of 25-21, 11-25, 25-18 and 25-21.

Kayla Hanson had 13 kills and three aces for the Beeters, while Shelby Lipp had 13 kills and a solo block for the Knights.

Box Elder dropped its second match of the weekend on Friday night. The Bears fell to Centerville in a heartbreaking five-set match by scores of 25-15, 25-11, 21-25, 20-25 and 15-7.

Box Elder did well to rally from two sets down, but the Bears came up short in the fifth set. Erika Wolf Chief had 11 kills, seven aces and four digs to pace the Bears in the loss.

In Class B action on Friday night, the steadily improving Rocky Boy Morning Stars were downed by the Cascade Badgers by scores of 25-17, 25-22 and 27-25. Tennae Singer had four kills, six assists and six aces to lead the Morning Stars.

Rocky Boy also suffered a tough defeat on Saturday night in Cut Bank. In another 2B match, the Morning Stars lost by scores of 25-14, 25-10 and 25-17.

Chinook and Big Sandy continued to roll through the weekend.

Saturday in Chinook, the Betters took care of Valier by scores of 25-21, 20-25, 25-17 and 25-16.

Chinook was dominant in the final two sets of the match and got 13 kills and five aces from Kayla Hanson in the win. Taryn Norby added 13 digs and Katie Diemert had 16 assists.

Big Sandy also swept Hays-Lodge Pole in three games Saturday night in Big Sandy. The Pioneers beat the T-Birds by scores of 25-13, 25-18 and 25-12.

The Pioneers were paced by Brooke Leader who had 13 assists, seven aces and two digs. HLP was led by Alyssa Flying.

Saturday night also saw the Chester/J-I Hawks earn a huge 6C West win over powerhouse Simms.

In the rivalry match in Chester, the Hawks downed the Tigers by scores of 27-25, 14-25, 27-29, 25-22 and 16-14. The match was high drama throughout with both teams having multiple match points before the Hawks finally put it away in the decisive fifth game.

C/J-I got 12 kills and three aces from Larisa Lybeck while Jenni Ghekiere and Jimi Sangwin each had 16 digs.

Friday

Centerville def. Box Elder

25-15, 25-11, 21-25, 20-25, 15-7

Box Elder leaders — Kills 20 (Erica Wolfchief 11); assists 10 (Kiah Wilson 4, Fancy Belcourt 4); aces 19 (Erica Wolfchief 7); digs 10 (Erica Wolfchief 4) bocks 4 (Brandy Buffalo 2)).

Centerville leaders — Kills 25 (Kelsey Pearsall 8); assists — 20 (Tressa Bradley 12); aces 21 (Sophie Luoma 9); digs 19 (Jill Love 6); blocks — 6 (Lacy Drew 3, Nadene Davidson3).

At Cascade

Cascade def.Rocky Boy

25-17, 25-22, 27-25

Rocky Boy leaders — Kills (Tennae Singer 4); assists (Tennae Singer 6); aces (Tennae Singer 6) digs (Sabrina Laforge 3) blocks (no stats).

Cascade leaders — Kills 19 (E. Woodland 9); assists 16 (C. Blair 12); aces 12 (C. Blair 7); digs 41 (K Boland 18); blocks 2 (E. Woodland 1, K. Oliver 1).

At Gildford

Chinook def. North Star

25-21, 11-25, 25-18, 25-21

North Star leaders — Aces-Tarah Jurenka 3 Lisa Carlon 3; Kills-Shelby Lipp 13 Kali Twedt 10; Blocks-Jurenka 2 Lipp 1; Digs-Jurenka 12 Jordan Spicher 9; Assists-Tande Smith 16 Bridjour Han 4.

Chinook leaders — Aces(9)-Kayla Hansen 3 Laramie Pursley 3; Kills(32)-Hansen 13; Blocks(2)-FlesPaige Moxley 1 Taryn Norby 1; Digs(18) Norby 5; Assists(30)-Katie Diemert 14

Saturday

At Big Sandy

Big Sandy def. Hays Lodgepole

25-13, 25-18, 25-12

HLP — no stats

Big Sandy — Kills 18 (Mackenzie Jenkins 7); assists 14 (Brooke Leader 13); aces 28 (Brooke Leader 7)' digs 18 (Mackenzie Jenkins 2, Ashley Allderdice 2, Brooke Leader 2); blocks 4 (Hannah Williams 2).

At Cut Bank

Cut Bank def. Rocky Boy

25-14, 25-10, 25-25-17

Rocky Boy leaders — Kills 26 (Star Broncho 3); assists 16 (Sabrina Laforge 6)' aces 3 (Caitlin Standing Rock 2, Autumn Top Sky 2); digs 10 (Leigha Onco 5); blocks 3 (Caitlin Standing Rock 2).

Cut Bank leaders — Kills 23 (Jordyn Vaile 8); assists 21 (Ceanna Johnson 12); aces 10 (Jordyn Vaile 4); digs 68 (Kim Suta 14); blocks 9 (Jordyn Vaile 4).

At Chinook

Chinook def. Valier

25-21, 20-25, 25-17, 25-16

Chinook — Kills 25 (Kayla Hansen 13), Digs 44 (Taryn Norby 13), Aces 12 (Hansen 5), Assists 24 (Katie Diemert 16), Blocks 1 (Paige Moxley).

Valier — Kills 10 (Demi O'Neal 4), Di9gs 32 (O'Neal 16), Assists 10 (Erin Swanson 4), Blocks 3 (Valerie Steele 2).

At Chester

Chester/J-I def. Simms

27-25, 14-25, 27-29, 25-22, 16-14

Simms leaders — Kills 48 (Cheyenu Lapke 17); assists 45 (Katie Lapke 42)' aces 11 ( Cheyenu Lapke 6); digs 21 (Karen Leonardson 7); blocks 16 (Cheyenu Lapke 6).

C/J-I — Kills 39 (Larisa Lybeck 12); assists 31 (Nikole Wolfe 23); aces 6 (Larisa Lybeck 3); digs 58 (Jenni Ghekiere 16, Jimi Sangwin 16); blocks 5 (Michelle Spicher 2).

 
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