PREP VOLLEYBALL: Port Angeles beats Port Townsend in three sets; other area reports
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Maddy Hinrichs had 13 kills, 12 digs and served a perfect 7 for 7 for Port Angeles. Holli Williams was 11/13 serving with three aces, 33 assists, one block, four kills and four digs, while Kendra Harvey contributed 17 digs, two aces and served 16/16.
Also for the Riders, Bailee Jones had six kills, and Brittany Norberg added kills, and served 14/16 with 2 aces. Sarah Steinman finished with five kills and a pair of digs.
Megan Lee and Megan Juran led Port Townsend with 14 and 12 digs, respectively.
Rio Golden added four kills and five digs, Amy Hemsley had four assists, Avery Selisch contributed three kills and Baili shaw finished with six digs.
“It was the silly mistakes that caught up with us in the end,” Redskins coach Nettie Hawkins said.
“PA is a well-rounded team, and ran a quicker tempo than us, and we seemed to be a step behind the whole night.
“There is always plenty of room for improvements.”
Port Townsend (1-1, 2-5) plays at Kingston (1-1, 3-3) on Tuesday.
Port Angeles (2-0, 4-3), currently tied for first place with North Kitsap and Sequim, hosts Bremerton (0-1, 0-7).
Sequim 3, Klahowya 0
SEQUIM — The Wolves won in three sets to remain in a three-way tie for first place in the Olympic League with Port Angles and North Kitsap.
Sequim won 25-20, 25-14, 25-23.
The Wolves were led by Alyse Armstrong, who had 24 assists, two kills and one stuff block, and Caitlin Stofferahn’s 12 kills and two stuffs.
“We played very well as a team,” Sequim coach Jennie Webber Heilman said of Thursday’s match.
“Alyse was setting well and spreading out our offense. Caitlin was getting some great swings at the net, plus getting some good blocks.
“Overall we were serving well with 90 percent serving, which made it hard for Klahowya to run their offense.”
Hannah Hudson added 11 perfect passes and 24 digs, and Emma LeBlanc added 14 digs and was 24/24 serving with two aces.
Kate Harker contributed five kills and two stuff blocks to the Wolves’ win, Kylee Salazar had five kills and one stuff block, Emily Wallner had five kills, and seven digs and Sydney Munn finished with three kills.
Sequim (2-0, 5-3) plays at North Mason (0-1, 1-7) on Tuesday night.
Quilcene 3, Puget Sound Adventist 0
QUILCENE — The Rangers remained undefeated on the season by opening 1B Sea-Tac League play with a three-set sweep over the 613s.
Quilcene beat Puget Sound Adventist Academy 28-26, 25-17, 25-17.
“This was our first league game and the first game was very close, but we stayed mentally strong and continued working hard,” Rangers coach Joni Crowell said of Thursday’s match.
“We are a young team, so pressure situations are great for us to build our teamwork skills.
“Our serving percentage was lower than it has been this season, so we will be focusing on serving under pressure and learning to keep hitting hard even when the score is close.”
Quilcene senior Kiani Clissold was 10 for 12 serving with an ace, seven kills and four digs.
Sammy Rae had an ace, five kills, two blocks and three digs.
Freshman Allie Jones served 14/17 with a pair of aces, 19 assists and two tips for kill.
Megan Weller contributed five aces, three kills and two digs; Katie Bailey was 10/11 serving five kills and three digs; and Bailey Kieffer had two aces, two kills and digs.
The Rangers (6-0) play at Rainier Christian on Tuesday.
Seattle Christian 3, Chimacum 1
SEATAC — The Cowboys fell on the road to the Warriors in Nisqually League play 26-24, 22-25, 25-13, 25-19.
“We had lots of good rallies but we just didn’t play consistently strong enough to win,” Chimacum coach Sally Dankert said after Wednesday’s game.
Audrey Thacker had a personal-best match for the Cowboys with 11 kills, three blocks, 15 digs and one ace.
Kiersten Snyder added 17 digs, three kills and was 100 percent serving.
Also for Chimacum, Olivia Baird had four kills, 12 digs and 1 ace; Lauren Thacker had four kills and two blocks; Alyssa Hamilton had three kills, one ace, four assists and nine digs; Megan Dukek had 20 assists, eight digs, two aces and one kill; and Sophia Thurston had two kills.
The Cowboys (2-5) open up a three-match homestand today against Life Christian Academy.
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