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Volleyball: Summit hangs on for district win at Ravenwood; Brentwood, BGA pick up sweeps

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Volleyball – Brentwood at Summit

Riley Golias 

Destiny Cherry recorded a match-best 19 kills and four Lady Spartans reached double-figures in digs as the Summit High School volleyball team captured a five-set District 12-AAA win at Ravenwood Tuesday.

The Lady Spartans, who improved to 15-3 overall, posted a 25-16, 25-18, 25-27, 19-25, 15-13 victory and moved to 8-1 in district play to further cement their hold on second place in the league. Ravenwood slipped to 5-4 in the league with a half-game lead on Franklin for third.

Cherry, a Butler commit, hit .368 to lead Summit and added three blocks. Rebekah Frey and Emily Jordan each added seven kills and Riley Golias set 40 assists.

McKenna Davis led the Lady Spartans defense with 19 digs. Keeley Williams (16), Frey (12) and Golias (11) also reached double figures in digs.

Kelsie Dawson tallied 16 kills and seven blocks for Ravenwood, Ali Mullendore added nine kills and nine digs and Tanya Sichling had eight kills and four aces. Mackenzie Bidwell scooped up a match-high 25 digs and Bella LePore added 23 more for the Lady Raptors.

The win gave Summit a season-sweep of Ravenwood. The Lady Spartans also claimed a 3-1 win at home on Sept. 1. Summit hosts Centennial Thursday, while heads to Independence.

Brentwood def. Page, 3-0

The Lady Bruins scooted to a 25-7, 25-15, 25-15 District 12-AAA home win over Page Tuesday.

Shaye Eggleston had 15 kills and 12 digs, while Mary and Zoe Oldham combined for 14 kills for Brentwood (26-2, 9-0), which stayed unbeaten in district play. Reese Bailey and Hollye Tate each added five kills in the win and Dylan Sulcer dished out 31 assists.

Tennyson Gorman led Page with four kills and three blocks.

In other district play, Centennial claimed a 21-25, 25-16, 25-23, 25-23 win on senior night in Franklin. The Lady Cougars improved to 2-7 in league play behind Independence’s 3-6 mark good for fifth.

Battle Ground Academy def. Zion Christian Academy, 3-0

Gillian Baisden produced nine kills, Christine Jewell added seven kills and BGA grabbed a 25-9, 25-14, 25-11 win Tuesday.

"The team served tough and executed early on in rallies,” Lady Wildcats coach Tatiana Alvarez said. “I thought our setters did a great job of moving the ball around to ultimately position us for a kill."

Ally Newkirk added 15 assists and served five aces for BGA and Baisden added three aces.

BGA hosts Grace Christian Academy on Thursday.

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