WRHS VOLLEYBALL: Hornets zero in on league championship
The White River volleyball crew continued its reign on the rest of the SPSL 2A as it crushed Clover Park on the road early and then hosted Fife Thursday, beating the Trojans in four sets to elevate its league mark to 7-0.
WRHS kept its unblemished SPSL 2A accounting intact, traveling to Clover Park and walloping the Warriors in straight sets 25-11, 25-13 and 25-13.
Dannie Stroud went on a killing spree as she sent a dozen rockets to the Warriors’ side of the court. Cassidy Kunst recorded nine assists and three service aces.
The Hornets recorded their seventh league conquest over Fife. White River rolled to victory 25-7, 25-20, 22-25 and 28-26.
While Alisha Bidwell, Haley Vallala and Stroud combined for 40 kills, Jailyn VanSickle registered 45 assists.
WRHS host Steilacoom at 7:15 p.m. Thursday.
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