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Arlee

The Scarlets split the week’s games, picking up a win in St. Regis on Thursday before dropping a home match with Plains on Saturday.

In St. Regis, Arlee had a little trouble with the Tigers in the second set but locked in the win 25-15, 26-24, 25-17. Carly Hergett led the Arlee attack with 13 kills, seven blocks and four digs, while Megan Reed served up six of the team’s total 18 aces.

Against Class B Plains, Hergett again led Arlee in aces with five, while Becca Whitesell had eight assists. Bryndle Goyins added six digs and three blocks for the Scarlets, now 3-1.

Arlee also hosted Granite on Tuesday and will head to Hot Springs Thursday before Noxon comes to Arlee on Saturday.

Arlee def. St. Regis, 25-15, 26-24, 25-17.

Kills – Arlee 20 (Carly Hergett 13), St. Regis 20 (Justice Tate 9). Blocks – Arlee 11 (Hergett 7), St. Regis 4 (Courtney Cheesman 3). Digs – Arlee 12 (Hergett 4), St. Regis 16 (Cheesman 4). Assists – Arlee 17 (Becca Whitesell 10), St. Regis 17 (Madison Hill 9). Aces – Arlee 18 (Megan Reed 6), St. Regis 7 (Emma Hill 5).

Plains def. Arlee, 25-13, 25-18, 25-22.

Kills – Plains 21 (Leah Thompson 7), Arlee 13 (Ashley Revis 4). Blocks – Plains 2 (Thompson), Arlee 8 (Bryndle Goyins 3). Digs – Plains 22 (Kimberly Earhart 9), Arlee 21 (Goyins 6). Assists – Plains 17 (Earhart 11), Arlee 11 (Becca Whitesell 8). Aces – Plains 9 (Hailey Coe 4), Arlee 11 (Carly Hergett 5).

 

Charlo

CHARLO — The Lady Vikings played host to a trio of Western C rivals last week and came away victorious in two out of three matches, notching wins over Plains on Thursday and Noxon on Friday before dropping Saturday’s game against Seeley-Swan.

Against Plains, Cheyenne Nagy tallied nine kills, three aces and three digs, while teammate Mikaylan Roylance pitched in a whopping 20 assists. Ashley Tryon and Teara Truman also had three aces apiece. Nagy was again a powerful force against Noxon, chalking up 17 of the team’s 44 kills as well as 14 digs and an ace. Tryon had five aces, and Roylance added 13 assists and eight digs.

The Lady Blackhawks proved a tougher opponent on Saturday, escaping with the win in four sets. Charlo got off to a strong start, winning the first set 25-17, but the Lady Vikings couldn’t overcome Seeley’s fielding, led by Paige Holmes with 27 of the team’s 76 digs. Charlo hung tight throughout the game, matching Seeley’s 10 aces and falling just behind with 31 kills to Seeley’s 36. Roylance again led the Lady Vikings in assists with 16.

Charlo will host Two Eagle on Thursday and Hot Springs on Saturday.

Charlo def. Plains, 25-21, 26-24, 6-25, 25-22.

Kills – Plains 37 (Hailey Coe 11), Charlo 22 (Cheyenne Nagy 9, Ashley Tryon 5, Kaitlin Cox 4, Mikaylan Roylance 3, Jaycee Anderson 1). Blocks – Plains 10 (Leah Thompson 6), Charlo 4 (Brooklyn Foust 2, Anderson 2). Digs – Plains 22 (Kristen Josephson 6), Charlo 33 (Allie Delaney 8, Cox 5, Tryon 5, Roylance 4, Nagy 3, Foust 3, Anderson 2, Teara Truman 2, Brooke Doty 1). Assists – Plains 28 (Josephson 18), Charlo 20 (Roylance). Aces – Plains 17 (Coe 7), Charlo 13 (Tryon 3, Nagy 3, Truman 3, Cox 2, Anderson 1, Doty 1).

Charlo def. Noxon 25-21, 25-12, 25-12. Kills – Charlo 44 (Cheyenne Nagy 17, Ashley Tryon 10, Kaitlin Cox 9, Teara Truman 3, Jaycee Anderson 3, Brooklyn Foust 3, Mikaylan Roylance 2). Blocks – Charlo 6 (Foust 3, Tryon 1, Roylance 1, Nagy 1). Digs – Charlo 48 (Nagy 14, Allie Delaney 12, Roylance 8, Truman 8, Cox 3, Tryon 2, Foust 1). Assists – Charlo 24 (Roylance 13, Foust 9). Aces – Charlo 13 (Tryon 5, Cox 4, Truman 2, Nagy 1, Anderson 1).

Seeley def. Charlo 17-25, 28-26, 25-22, 25-16. Kills – Seeley 36 (Alex Bohlman 14), Charlo 31 (Cheyenne Nagy 13). Blocks – Charlo 14 (Ashley Tryon 7), Seeley 6 (Paige Holmes 4). Digs – Seeley 76 (Paige Holmes 27), Charlo 60 (Allie Delaney 17). Assists – Seeley 30 (Holmes 17), Charlo 22 (Roylance 16). Aces – Seeley 10 (Holmes 3), Charlo 10 (Kaitlin Cox 5).

 

Two Eagle River

The Lady Eagles split their matches for the week, rising to 1-2 on the season in District 10-C play. The Pablo team was on the road to Superior and Hot Springs, falling to the Bobcats 26-24, 25-14, 25-17 but hanging on for the win in four over the Savage Heat, 25-19, 22-25, 25-18, 25-21.

Against Superior, Tyra Michel and Misty Mendoza tallied six kills apiece to lead the Lady Eagles, who nearly took the first set. Michel also had four blocks, while Naomi Stevens led in aces with four. Casadi Wunderlich helped out with 10 of Two Eagle’s 19 assists.

In Hot Springs, the Lady Eagles came back after dropping the second set 22-25 and used Wunderlich’s 18 assists to their advantage.

Stevens had six of Two Eagle’s 20 aces, while teammate ShayLyn Andrew tallied four kills. Michel added 19 digs and five blocks.

Superior def. Two Eagle River, 26-24, 25-14, 25-17.

Kills – TER 19 (Misty Mendoza 6, Tyra Michel 6), Superior 13 (Emma Dubois 6). Blocks – TER 6 (Michel 4), Superior 5 (Marissa Koke 4). Digs – TER 42 (Three tied 8), Superior 5 (Kaylee Ray 4). Assists – TER 19 (Casadi Wunderlich 10), Superior 13 (Morgan Sharp 13). Aces – TER 9 (Naomi Stevens 4), Superior 17 (Sharp 8).

Two Eagle River def. Hot Springs, 25-19, 22-25, 25-18, 25-21.

Kills – Two Eagle 14 (ShayLyn Andrew 4), Hot Springs 19 (Haylee Hoff 6). Blocks – Two Eagle 8 (Tyra Michel 5), Hot Springs 1 (Jessica Heppler). Digs – Two Eagle 101 (Michel 19), Hot Springs 37 (Karly Lawson 13). Assists – Two Eagle 78 (Casadi Wunderlich 18), Hot Springs 13 (Lawson 8). Aces – Two Eagle 20 (Naomi Stevens 6), Hot Springs 19 (Mikayla Mueller 12).

 

Ronan

RONAN — Ronan’s netters had a tough time on Saturday as visiting Libby and Bigfork both hammered the Maidens in quick three-set losses.

Against Libby (25-18, 25-22, 25-20), Lee Camel had five blocks to lead the defense, while Sadie Wirz chipped in 22 digs. Shaina Snyder had all seven of the team’s assists, and Silye Pete added three kills.

Bigfork was next with a decisive 25-22, 25-5, 25-21 victory over the home team. Pete tallied two aces and four kills for the Maidens, while Alicia Camel had four kills and Lee Camel smashed four blocks.

Ronan also took a trip to neighboring Charlo on Tuesday and will head to Thompson Falls on Thursday.

Libby def. Ronan, 25-18, 25-22, 25-20.

Kills – Libby 28 (Mehki Sykes 9), Ronan 8 (Silye Pete 3). Blocks – Libby 6 (Sykes 3), Ronan 5 (Lee Camel 5). Digs – Libby 45 (Bailey Rosling 18), Ronan 38 (Sadie Wirz 22). Assists – Libby 25 (Ashley Walker 16), Ronan 7 (Shaina Snyder 7). Aces – Libby 13 (Rosling 5), Ronan 4 (Four with 1).

Bigfork def. Ronan, 25-22, 25-5, 25-21.

Kills – Ronan 12 (Silye Pete 4, Alicia Camel 4). Blocks – Ronan 5 (Lee Camel 4). Digs – Ronan 27 (Sadie Wirz 8). Assists – Ronan 8 (n/a). Aces – Ronan 3 (Pete 2).

 

St. Ignatius

ST. IGNATIUS — The Lady Bulldogs hosted Troy and Anaconda on Saturday, and it was a tough afternoon for the home team in two three-set losses.

Against Troy, Jordyn Eichert chalked up nine digs for the Lady Bulldogs and passed out 11 of Mission’s 20 assists in the 25-15, 25-17, 25-14 loss. Sidney Castor added nine kills.

In their first District 6-B match of the season, the Lady Bulldogs fell to Anaconda 25-14, 25-17, 25-20, moving their season record to 0-4. Castor again led in kills with five of the team’s 13, and Alanai Linsedigler served four of Mission’s seven aces.

The Lady Bulldogs will have a chance to improve their record on Thursday when they host Bigfork.

Troy def. St. Ignatius, 25-15, 25-17, 25-14.

Kills – Troy 22 (Aurora Becquart 8), St. Ignatius 20 (Sidney Castor 9). Blocks – Troy 6 (Becquart 4), St. Ignatius 1 (Afton Brander). Digs – Troy 49 (Kaitlyn Downey 17), St. Ignatius 32 (Jordyn Eichert 9). Assists – Troy 20 (Allie Brown 19), St. Ignatius 14 (Eichert 11). Aces – Troy 13 (Downey 6), St. Ignatius 3 (Three with 1).

Anaconda def. St. Ignatius, 25-14, 25-17, 25-20.

Kills – Anaconda 24 (Bailee Oxnam 6), St. Ignatius 13 (Sydney Castor 5). Blocks – Anaconda 2 (Two with 1), St. Ignatius 3 (Three with 1). Digs – Anaconda 28 (Libby Jorgensen 10), St. Ignatius 45 (Jordyn Eichert 14). Assists – Anaconda 10 (Felicity Kulaski 10), St. Ignatius 10 (Eichert 9). Aces – Anaconda 14 (Molly Huber 4, Shea Forsberg 4), St. Ignatius 7 (Alanai Linsedigler 4).

 

Polson

The Lady Pirates split their games for the week, falling in a hard-fought five-set match to Frenchtown on Thursday before picking up an easy three-set win over Stevensville at home on Saturday.

In Frenchtown, the Polson girls rallied in the third set to extend the match, and they again took the win in the fourth before the Broncs’ defense stopped them, 25-22, 25-22, 24-26, 12-25, 15-13. Chavelle Smith recorded 15 kills, and Ann Sampson had 28 assists for the Lady Pirates. Polson also racked up 18 aces to Frenchtown’s 10, with six coming from Erin Sampson.

Things went much more smoothly for Polson at home on Saturday when they cruised to a 25-10, 25-14, 25-22 victory over the Yellowjackets. With 32 kills, 10 from Chadelle Smith, 12 aces (six from Haley Fyant) and a team total of 74 digs (Marlee Congdon had 20), it was quick work for the Lady Pirates. Erin Sampson chipped in 30 of Polson’s 33 assists.

After hosting Thompson Falls on Tuesday, the Lady Pirates will travel to Columbia Falls on Thursday.

Frenchtown def. Polson, 25-22, 25-22, 24-26, 12-25, 15-13.

Kills – Polson 38 (Chavelle Smith 15), Frenchtown 22 (Laci Willet 12). Blocks – Polson 5 (Nicole Lake), Frenchtown 6 (Aliva William 6). Assists – Polson 33 (Ann Sampson 28), Frenchtown 20 (Kylie Willet 13). Aces – Polson 18 (Erin Sampson 6), Frenchtown 10 (Lexi Statelen).

Polson def. Stevensville, 25-10, 25-14, 25-22.

Kills – Stevensville 13 (Mariah Hinson 8), Polson 32 (Chadelle Smith 10). Blocks – Stevensville 3 (Hinson 2), Polson 5 (Lauren Lefthand 3). Digs – Stevensville 29 (Abby Austin 17), Polson 74 (Marlee Congdon 20). Assists – Stevensville 22 (Rylee McCoy 22), Polson 33 (Erin Sampson 30). Aces – Stevensville 1, Polson 12 (Haley Fyant 6).

 

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