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Polson

Polson Lady Pirates split their games again for the week – beating Thompson Falls on their home court Sept. 15 and falling to Columbia Falls on the road, Sept. 17.

At home against the Bluehawks, the lady pirates won three in their four-set match with Lauren Lefthand contributing 10 kills and Erin Simpson 27 assists on the team’s 33 kills.

In a hard-fought loss to the Columbia Falls Wildkats on Thursday, Haley Fyant had six kills while Erin Sampson added six digs and 13 assists for the Pirates. Polson volleyball will host Whitefish at home Sept. 24 before heading to Hamilton for play on Sept. 26.

Polson def. Thompson Falls,  25-22, 23-25, 25-23, 25-22.

Kills - Polson 33 (Lauren Lefthand 10, Haley Fyant 9, Chadelle Smith 6, Nichole Lake 5) Thompson Falls 30 (Sierra Sorley 11, Madison Wilson 9). Blocks – Polson 19 (Lauren Lefthand 8, Nichole Lake 4, Haley Fyant 3), Thompson Falls 3 (Haley Wilson 2). Digs – Polson 48 (Lydia Dupuis 12, Marlee Congdon 9, Shawna Lenz 8, Haley Fyant 6, Erin Sampson 6), Thompson Falls 71 (Madison Wheeler 19, Sierra Sorlie 17). Assists – Polson 29 (Erin Sampson 27, Julia Sanderson 2), Thompson Falls 25 (Haley Wilson 13, Lindsey Laws 12). Aces – Polson 10 (Hannah Fryberger 3, Lydia Dupuis 3, Shawna Lenz 2), Thompson Falls 7 (Bailey Pardee 3).

Columbia Falls def. Polson,  25-18, 25-13, 25-12

Kills – Polson 16 (Haley Fyant 6). Blocks – Polson 4 (Nicole Lake 2.5). Digs – Polson 23 (Erin Sampson 6). Assists – Polson 16 (Sampson 13). Aces – Polson 1 (Lydia Dupuis).

Columbia Falls statistics not available.

 

 

Charlo

The Lady Vikings dominated both Two Eagle River and Hot Springs on their home court last week. Charlo grabbed quick victories against both visiting teams in two three-set matches. The Lady Vikings will play in the Arlee Tournament Sept. 26.

Charlo def. Two Eagle River,  25-6, 25-13, 25-8

Kills – Charlo 21 (Ashley Tryon, Kaitlin Cox 6 ea) Two Eagle 5 (Tyra Michel 3). Blocks – Charlo 3 (Sakoya Gausted 2) Two Eagle 4 (Tyra Michel 3). Digs – Charlo 13 (Cheyenne Nagy, Mikaylan Roylance 4 ea) Two Eagle 11 (Kaci Ducharme 4). Assists – Charlo 17 (Mikaylan Roylance 13) Two Eagle 15 (Tyra Michel 7). Aces – Charlo 28 (Mikaylan Roylance 15), Two Eagle 6 (Naomi Stevens 3).

Charlo def. Hot Springs,  25-10, 25-13, 25-10.

Kills – Charlo 20 (Ashley Tryon, Cheyenne Nagy 5? ea), Hot Springs 8 (Sophie Jeffries 3). Blocks – Charlo 5 (Ashley Tryon 3), Hot Springs 2. Digs – Charlo 22 (Allie Delaney 8), Hot Springs 27 (Makenzi Skellenger 7). Assists – Charlo 15 (Mikaylan Roylance 12), Hot Springs 6 (Karly Lawson 5). Aces – Charlo 17 (Kaitlin Cox 4?), Hot Springs 2.

 

St. Ignatius

Mission volleyball had a tough week losing games against Bigfork and Libby. The Lady Bulldogs fell to the Bigfork Valkyries Sept. 17 and then to the Libby Loggers in two three-set matches. Sydney Castor has led in kills all season while Jordyn Eichert continues to lead in assists and digs. Mission volleyball travels to Florence on Thursday.

Bigfork def. Mission,  25-10, 25-8, 25-19.

Kills – 14 (Sydney Castor 7). Blocks – 1 (Sydney Castor). Digs 36 (Jordyn Eichert 10, Daisie Vandenbos 10). Assists – 11 (Jordyn Eichert 9). Aces – 5 (Jordyn Eichert 2). 

(No stats available˜ for Bigfork.)

Libby def. St. Ignatius,  25-19, 25-10, 25-10.

Kills – Mission 15 (Sydney Castor 5), Libby 27 (Mehki Sykes 10). Blocks – Mission 2 (Aston Brander 2), Libby (leader). Digs – Mission 37 (Ran’dee Charlo 11), Libby 30 (Bailie Rosling 10). Assists – Mission 13 (Jordyn Eichert 10), Libby 28 Ashley Walker 14). Aces – Mission 3 (Nalani Linsebigler 2), Libby 15 (India Croucher 4).

 

Arlee

Arlee volleyball came up victorious in both their games at home and on the road last week. The Scarlets traveled to Hot Springs Sept. 17, easily beating the Savage Heat on their home turf in three sets. They played Noxon at home Sept. 19, defeating them in a four-set match after dropping the second game. The Scarlets head to Seeley Sept. 24 before hosting tournament at home on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Arlee def. Hot Springs,  25-8, 25-23, 25-17.

Kills – Arlee 23 (Carly Hergett 10), Hot Springs 6 (Lexi DeTienne 3). Blocks – Arlee 5 (five with one), Hot Springs 1 (Stacy Gray). Digs – Arlee 4 (four with one), Hot 

Springs 45 (Makenzi Skellenger 16). Assists – Arlee 22 (Becca Whitesell 19), Hot Springs 3 (Karly Lawson 3). Aces – Arlee 10 (Hergett 4), Hot Springs 7 (Sophie Jeffries 3).

 

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