Wednesday, October 31, 2012

St. Lucy's Celebrates Its Seniors And A Perfect Season!

GLENDORA-  The St. Lucy Regents made history last night, beating Charter Oak in straight sets and finishing league play with a perfect 10-0 record.  But last night was marked by more than just the unprecedented perfect season, last night was a bittersweet goodbye to six remarkable senior players, Desi Villajin, Eryn Young, Marissa Hageman, Dianna Rohrer, Vanessa Caustrita and Arden Davis.  These ladies have represented St. Lucy's admirably, on and off of the court, and will be greatly missed next year.

Emotion may have gotten the best of the Regents for a moment, as Charter Oak started set one by taking the first two points.  St. Lucy's took the next 10.  St. Lucy's cruised to a 25-6 victory in the set and Eryn Young picked up two of her three kills in the process.  Set two came down to two factors:  dominance and presence.  Regents win 25-15.  Set three was as close as Charter Oak would get to a victory, as they were able to tie the score at 17.  The Regents buckled down when they needed to and finished off the match and the season with a 25-22 win.

Tonight's stat leaders were Desiree Villajin with 12 digs, Vanessa Caustrita with 6 kills and Juliet McClure with 29 assists and 3 aces.   Elsewhere in the Sierra, Ayala took care of Claremont and Chino Hills beat South Hills, causing a tie for third place.  Claremont and Chino Hills will play off for the final CIF berth on Wednesday at 3:30.  Post season play begins next week and the CIF pairings will be announced on Saturday, November 3, at 12:30 pm.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

St. Lucy's Takes Third in the Redondo Classic

REDONDO BEACH-  I know.  I have been woefully negligent in updating my blog.  In my defense, I'm sooooo tired.  Go ahead and dock my pay.  Wait, I don't get paid.  Hmmmmm.  How about a summary, without the details.  It's the best I can muster.

The Regents battled hard at the Redondo Varsity Classic this weekend and ended up tied for third after dropping their last match to the eventual winner and host, Redondo Union.  St. Lucy's defeated Buena in two sets, 25-13, 25- 15 and Oaks Christian in three sets, 25-21, 13-25, 15-12, before falling to Redondo in two, 21-25 and 15-25.   The Regents played hard and tough all weekend and showed some grit, buckling down when necessary and finishing games under adversity.  The Regent calm and cool served them well.

Congratulations to Arden Davis and Vanessa Caustrita for being named to the the All-Tournament Team.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Regents Go 3-0 in Day One of Redondo Varsity Classic

REDONDO BEACH-  The Regents earned a berth in the Gold Bracket of the Redondo Varsity Classic by winning pool 1, 3-0.  The Regents beat Ventura and Rio Mesa, each in two sets, took three sets to beat Bishop Montgomery, and finished Day One three and O.

Ventura was never really in it.  They struggled with serve receive, struggled with passing, struggled with serving, and struggled with hitting.  St. Lucy's capitalized on Ventura's difficulties and cruised to an easy victory, 25-10 and 25-17.

The Rio Mesa match started out similarly to the Ventura match.  Set one was never really contested.  The Regents finished off Rio Mesa in short order, 25-17 in set one.  Set two was more of a match, at least until the midway point.  But even when Rio Mesa had an early four point lead, it felt as if St. Lucy's was in control.  Evidently, they were.  St. Lucy's took care of Rio Mesa in set two 25-19.

The Regent's were tested in their final match of the day by Bishop Montgomery.  Bria Green led her team, putting the ball away on the regular.  Eventually, St. Lucy's balanced attacking got the Regents a little breathing room and a 4 point lead, 19-15.  After an effective timeout, Bishop Montgomery tied it up and even had an opportunity to take the set, serving at 24-23.  The Regents buckled down, Loryn Carter put one down hard, and the Regents took set one, 26-24.

Set two belonged to Bishop Montgomery.  They led from start to finish and seemed to have taken the fight out of the Regents.  They ran away with set two, 25-16.  The Regents did, however, have some fight left, and they found it in set three.  St. Lucy's took  the early lead, 6-3, and Bishop Montgomery took a time out in response.  They came out of the timeout on fire and went on a tear, taking the next 7 points and seemingly also taking control of the match.  Again, Bishop Montgomery had the match in hand, serving with a 14-12 lead.  The Regents dug in with smart shot making by Roni LaPIerre and clutch hustling defense by Sydney Bast and battled to an exhausting victory 17-15.

The Regents take on Buena in the Gold Bracket tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. at Redondo Union.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Lucy's Drops Its Second Set Of The Season, But Claims The Sierra Title!

CHINO HILLS-  It wasn't pretty, but St. Lucy's Regents are the uncontested Sierra League Champions with tonight's four set victory over Chino Hills.  St. Lucy's had a difficult time sustaining its customary high level play, but was able to do just enough to win 25-18, 27-25, 21-25, 25-22.

It's evident that St. Lucy's really wants to finish the season undefeated and are so close that they can taste it.  The Regents started the game as loose as they've been all season, with the entire team clapping to the beat of the music before the first serve, which just happened to be an ace by Juliet McClure.  The Huskies kept it close, trailing by only one for much of the set, and tying it up at 14 and 15.  The Regents finally broke away with a service run by Roni LaPierre to put them up 19 to 15.  Arden Davis' great defense and Vanessa Caustrita's smart shot making took it home for the Regents and they closed out set one 25-18.

Set two was a tightly contested battle from the start, with neither team enjoying more than a two point lead over the other.  Chino Hills grabbed the first lead at 8-6, but the Regents quickly tied it up.  Chino Hills pushed ahead again 13-11 and the Regents called time out to figure it out.  Momentum swung to the Regents, briefly, with a beautiful slide attack by Mo Hageman and an Arden Davis service run, forcing a Chino Hills time out trailing 19-17.  Vanessa Caustrita was in a groove in this set, consistently putting the ball down when the Regents most needed a point, but nonetheless, the game was tied at 21 and 22.  It see-sawed back and forth:  tip by Roni LaPierre to go ahead 23-22, Chino Hills answers; a tip by LaPierre again to go up 24-23, Chino Hills answers with a ball crushed down the line; a cross court kill by LaPierre to go up 25-24, the Huskies respond again.  Finally, the Regents put it away with a slide attack by Mo and win the set 27-25.

The Regents appeared to let down a little in set three, falling behind by five early on, 8-3 Huskies.  LaPierre had another effective service run and Caustrita continued her onslaught of spot-on hitting, and before you could say "undefeated", the Regents were leading 10-8.  Sydney Bast delivered an ace serve to give the Regents a 16-12 lead just prior to a Husky timeout.  Then things shifted, as they are prone to do in volleyball.  The Huskies turned it on, taking advantage of Regent mistakes, including three net calls in the last seven points, to win set three 25-21.

St. Lucy's was in rare territory for them this season:  a fourth set.  Chino Hills got out to the early three point lead, but St. Lucy's steady play got them back even at 6-6.  But those dogs had a lot of fight, and with CIF on the line, a lot to fight for, and pushed their lead out to three again.  The Regents got back to even at 11, only to see the Huskies recapture their advantage, leading 15-12.  Loryn Carter stepped up big with three consecutive blocks to give the Regents a 16 to 15 edge.  St. Lucy's sound play got the Regents up 21-16 and within striking distance of a 9-0 league record.  Chino Hills would not back down though and chipped away at the lead, cutting it to one and causing Douglas to call time out up just 23-22.  Alas, the Regents pulled it together and finished the set with an ace serve by LaPierre to end set four 25-22.

The Regents are one game away from a perfect league record and at this point have dropped only two sets in league play.  Tonight's stat leaders were Vanessa Caustrita with 18 kills, Roni LaPierre with 17 kills, 9 digs and one ace, Loryn Carter with 10 kills and 4 blocks, Juliet McClure with 2 aces, 9 digs and 54 assists, and Arden Davis with 27 digs and 1 ace.  The last hurdle for the Regents is Charter Oak on Tuesday, October 30, at St. Lucy's.  It's Senior Night, so come out and witness history being made and say goodbye to a great group of seniors.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Regents Clinch A Share of The Sierra Title

Can you say 5-peat?  The Regents can.  With tonight's win over South Hills, St. Lucy's guaranteed itself at least a share of the Sierra League title.  The Regents were victorious in straight sets 25-15, 25-15, and 25-14.

Set one started out a little bumpy for the Regents and Coach Douglas called the girls around to talk it over trailing the Huskies 4-3.  Then Eryn Young stepped up to serve and things began to turn around.  The Regents won 6 of the next 7 points, and never looked back.  South Hills tried to switch the momentum by calling time out at 18-14 after Roni LaPierre crushed a ball just behind the 10 foot line, but mo was not on the Huskies' side.  Again, Eryn Young had the serve (and good things happen for the Regents when Eryn serves) and the Huskies did not score again until they were facing set point.  St. Lucy's won set 1 25-15.

Set two was laden with mistakes for the Regents.  If it wasn't service errors, players into the net, or misjudging whether the ball was inbounds, it was hitting or passing difficulty.  Arden Davis put the set on her shoulders with a strong service run and all-star defense and digging.  St. Lucy's drove to a familiar finish:  25-15.

Set three was good volleyball with both teams hustling and nice long rallies.  Unfortunately for South Hills, St. Lucy's was on the winning end of most of those rallies and got themselves out to a comfortable 16-5 lead behind Desi Villajian's serving.  South Hills climbed to within 6, but Alina Mota squashed their hopes of a comeback with an ace serve on the line and Rachel Cavanaugh got a kill on an overpass to end the match 25-14.

Tonight's stat leaders were Arden Davis with 29 digs and 1 ace, Vanessa Caustrita with 9 kills and Roni LaPierre with 7 kills.  When asked if the girls were excited about winning league, Coach Douglas responded that they were happy, yes, but that they want to go 10 and 0.  That's their goal.

The Regents take on Chino Hills on Thursday in what is supposed to be a home game, but due to a scheduling error by St. Lucy's, will be played at Chino Hills (in their small gym no less.)  But what could be sweeter than going undefeated in league?  That would be beating Chino Hills twice in their own house to go undefeated in league.  Come out and see if Lucy's is up for the challenge.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Regents Know How To Finish

GLENDORA-  The St. Lucy Regents continued their march toward an undefeated league season with a victory over Claremont in straight sets:  25-18, 25-17, 25-19.  Tonight the Regents played not only toward their goal of an undefeated league season, but also for a much loftier aspiration:  raising awareness and money for breast cancer research.  In the end, the girls efforts give hope to both causes.

The Regents were in command of set one for the duration.  Sydney Bast got things off to a great start with two aces and the disciplined Regents took advantage of every opening and overpass to get ahead.  The "bigs" were on fire.  Dianna Rohrer blocked big hitting Ariana Holmes, Mo Hageman hammered a slide to the 10 foot line, and Loryn Carter put up another big block to stymie Holmes.  Serving specialist Desi Villajian contributed, putting the Regents up by 10 with an ace serve, 20-10.  St. Lucy's closed out the set 25-18.

Set two was more promising for the Wolfpack as they kept it close-- for a while.  St. Lucy's however, just knows how to finish and methodically worked up a lead that Claremont could not surpass.  Hailey Hargrave served up two net assisted aces late in the set, trying to spark a come back, but it was too little too late.  St. Lucy's took set two 25-17.

Set three was the one that Claremont let slip away.  They led the set until the mid-way point, until Eryn Young's ace serve gave the Regents a 14-13 advantage and their first lead.  A blistering cross court shot by Roni LaPierre had the student section chanting "I believe that we will win" and had the Wolfpack players taking to the sidelines to talk it over.  Another impressive slide kill by Hageman and a ball crushed by Loryn Carter helped to solidify the student body's belief.  The student's were right, St. Lucy's won set three 25-19.

Tonight's stat leaders were Vanessa Caustrita and Marissa Hageman each with 8 kills, Roni LaPierre with 7 kills, Juliet McCure with 25 assists, 11 digs and 2 aces and Desiree Villijian with 3 aces.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Regents Have A Two Game Lead in Sierra League With Win Over Ayala

CHINO HILLS-  It wasn't the prettiest win, but it was an important one.  The Regents took a commanding two game lead in the Sierra League by defeating Ayala for the second time this year in straight sets, 28-18, 25-19 and 25-20.

The Bulldogs started set one strong with a big block and impressive kill on an overpassed ball by Sam Bozoian to get out to a two point advantage.  It didn't take the Regents long to settle in and start to build their own lead.  The Bulldogs took a time out trailing 8-3.  St. Lucy's maintained the five or so point lead until Ayala made a move late in the game.  The Bulldogs cut the lead to 2, forcing a St. Lucy time out at 19-17.  Unfortunately for Ayala, the time out was enough to shift the momentum back to the Regents, who pushed to a 25-18 finish, the last point an ace by Roni LaPierre.

Ayala played from behind all of set two, despite twice cutting the gap to just one point (13-12 and 18-17.)  It seemed like every time Ayala was poised to take the lead, unforced errors would derail their effort.  St. Lucy's was not without its highlights; among them a crushing slide attack by Mo Hageman, big blocking by Loryn Carter and Dianna Rohrer and smart hitting by Vanessa Caustrita.  The Regents pushed to a 25-19 victory, Vanessa Caustrita finishing with a pretty roll shot to mid-court.

You've got to give the Bulldog's credit for their tenacity.  Ayala came out in set three with determination.  This set saw the teams tied six times and a two point Ayala lead at 15-13.  The Regents fought their way back in front and forced a Bulldog timeout trailing 20-18.  After regaining the lead and control of the set, the Regents would not allow the Bulldogs back in, and shut out the match on a kill by Loryn Carter off of the Ayala block.  St. Lucy's bests Ayala 25-20.

The stat leaders for the night were Roni LaPierre with 11 kills, 2 blocks, 8 digs and 2 aces; Juliet McClure with 24 assists, 1 block, 5 digs and 1 ace; Vanessa Caustrita with 10 kills and Dianna Rohrer with 3 blocks.  The Regent's next face Claremont on Thursday, October 18th in their annual Dig Pink match.  Come out in your pink attire and support the girls and the cause.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

St. Lucy's Sweeps Charter Oak in Freaky Friday Fashion

COVINA- The Regents finished the first half of league undefeated with a win over Charter Oak in three sets, 25-12, 25-16, 25-12.  Coach Douglas showed that any combination of St. Lucy players could get the job done, and he just might have tried every possible combination.

Set one began with the usual suspects with the exception of starting Desiree Villajin in place of Roni LaPierre as the outside hitter.  Before the set was through, almost every player had a chance to put in minutes.  Eight separate players got one or more kills in the set.  Juliet McClure continued her superb serving, adding three more aces to her stat sheet, as did Eryn Young, with two aces of her own.  The Regents owned set one, 25-12.

Douglas started taking more risks with his line-up in set two, starting sophomore Rachel Cavanaugh in the middle, Alina Mota as defensive specialist and Sydney Bast as the outside hitter. As with set one, nearly every player put in minutes before Sydney Bast put the last point on the board with a tool of the Charter Oak block.  St. Lucy's took set two 25-16.

Set three is where it felt like freaky friday.  The libero, Arden Davis played outside hitter, outside hitter Vanessa Caustrita played defensive specialist, middle blocker Marissa Hageman played right side hitter, defensive specialist Sydney Bast set, and outside hitter, Roni LaPierre, finished the match off as the Regent setter.  Junior Maddie Gilmartin did a nice job playing all the way around in the outside hitter spot, as did Eryn Young as the libero.  Different players.  Different positions.  Same result:  Regents win 25-12.

Tonight's stat leaders were Sydney Bast with 8 kills and 10 assists, Arden Davis with 7 kills and 13 digs, Loryn Carter with 7 kills, Juliet McClure with 14 assists and 4 aces, Rachel Cavanaugh with 2 blocks and Eryn Young with 9 digs.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Regents Take Control Of The Sierra League

CHINO HILLS-  The St. Lucy's Regents took control of the Sierra League today with a road win in straight sets over Chino Hills.  The Regents played strong and confidently, unfazed by the television cameras or jeering Husky fans.  St. Lucy's trounced the Huskies 25-10, 25-21 and 25-13.

Every single St. Lucy's player who stepped on the court today contributed to this victory.  The Regents set the tone in the first game with solid play, using the corners well, mixing in crushing kills, spot on setting, tough serving and steady defense.  Juliet McClure was on, dumping a ball to get the Regents to a 9-3 lead and forcing a Chino Hills timeout.  Arden Davis' perfect pass after the timeout allowed Juliet McClure to set a slide for Marissa Hageman, which she smoked down the line for a 10-4 lead.  Chino Hills caught fire briefly and cut the lead to 3, trailing 8-11, but that was as close as they would get in this set.  The Regents buckled down, showed tremendous patience and pushed their lead to 17-9.  Following a second Husky timeout, the Regents carried on, allowing only one point before closing it out 25-10.

The Huskies looked like they might have figured things out in set 2 when they got out to a quick 7-3 lead.  The Regents talked it over and came out of a timeout with a battle plan:  play harder.  Loryn Carter crushed a couple down the line and Eryn Young served up two consecutive aces, Arden Davis, Juliet McClure and Marissa Hageman combined for a pass, set, kill slide combo, and Vanessa Caustrita put a kill down cross court to level the score at 8.   The rest of the set was peppered with long rallies, a diving one-armed dig by Roni LaPierre and impressive offense by Dianna Rohrer and Lauren Carter.  Lucy's was able to build and maintain a comfortable lead down the stretch and took set two 25-21.

The Huskies were not able to rebound after losing set two.  Lucy's enjoyed a five point lead from early on in the set and never let Chino Hills get near.  Juliet McClure's impressive serving continued as did Dianna Rohrer's tough middle play.  Everything was going the Regents way.  Alina Mota came in off the bench at 24-13 to serve, and aptly served an ace to put an end to the set and match.  And just like that, Lucy's beat the Huskies in straight sets.

The stat leaders for the night were Vanessa Caustrita with 10 kills, Roni LaPierre with 9 kills, Loryn Carter with 8 kills, Arden Davis with 14 digs, Juliet McClure with 28 assists, 10 digs and 4 aces, and Dianna Rohrer with 2 blocks.  The Regents keep improving from game to game.  Heading toward the second half of the league in sole possession of first place, their prospects for a Sierra League 5-peat are looking good.  There is no reason to think that they will not take care of business and continue to play high level volleyball.  If you don't believe me, take a look for your self.  Today's match will be rebroadcast on Time Warner Cable, Channel 101, on Friday at 9:30 pm, Sunday at 4:00 pm and Monday at 7:00 pm and midnight.  

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Regents Take Down South Hills in 3 Game Sweep

GLENDORA-  Debuting their pink cancer awareness jerseys, the St. Lucy Regents faced off against the South Hills Huskies earlier this evening.  While the Regents came out "pretty in pink", the Huskies came in ready for a dog fight- full of energy, spirit and all-out play making.  The Regents, unfazed by the attack, kept their cool and won in straight sets 25-17, 25-18 and 25-21.

It appears that someone forgot to tell the Huskies that they should be intimidated by St. Lucy's four consecutive Sierra League titles and back-to-back CIF Championships, because South Hills stormed into St. Lucy's gym with conviction, attitude and fire.  Their libero, Riena Ono, dug tough shot after tough shot and the Husky energy kept South Hills in the thick of it to a 13-13 tie.   Then freshman Loryn Carter got hot, putting the ball down on blazing swings and getting the Regents out to a 19-15 lead.  Following a South Hills timeout, Eryn Young consolidated the lead with an ace and did not relinquish control of the serve until the lead had stretched to 22-15.  Roni LaPierre finished off the set on a back row attack to the deep corner.  Although Juliet McClure set the ball, Arden Davis is deserving of an assist as well for her mid-approach communication to LaPierre that the right back corner was open.  Lucy's took set one 25-17.

Set two did not start out as well for the Huskies, but that is not for a lack of intensity.  The Huskies kept coming.  Unfortunately for South Hills, they did not play as error free as they had in the first set.  Lucy's on the other hand, stayed composed, brought consistent team play and built an 18-12 lead that forced a Husky timeout.  After the timeout, the Regents lost their rhythm for a spell and watched their lead dwindle to 19-16.  Coach Douglas called a time out of his own, after which the Regents found their groove and cruised to a 25-18 victory.

Dianna Rohrer kicked off set three with a big roof of the Husky middle and the Regents got out to the quick lead, 6-3.  Arden Davis was on fire, serving 2 aces and passing three-option pass after three option pass.  But those pesky Huskies wouldn't back down.  The set was tied at 7, 8, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18 and 19 before the Regents could break away for good.  Marissa Hageman smartly pushed the ball to the  deep corner to give Lucy's the 20-19 edge.  Juliet McClure utilized her attackers well, setting a beautiful quick to Dianna Rohrer to take a 22-19 lead and moving the ball to the right where Loryn Carter put a cross court shot down to finish set three, 25-21.  Although it was a sweep for the Regents, the Huskies made them work for every point and played fantastic volleyball.

The stat leaders for South Hills were McKissick (#32) and Gonzales (#2) with 9 kills each, Donnelly (#23) with 16 assists and Oho with 11 digs.  The stat leaders for St. Lucy's were Roni LaPierre with 18 kills, 11 digs and 1 ace,  Loryn Carter with 11 kills and 2 blocks, Arden Davis with 19 digs and 2 aces, Sydney Bast with 15 digs and 1 ace, and Juliet McClure with 31 assists, 2 kills and 2 aces.

The Regents Take Care of the Wolfpack in 4

CLAREMONT-  So this posting is a day late and a many dollars short, and it may well be my last post on this site if I cannot solve the technical problem I encountered the other day.  Don't fret though, if this site cannot be repaired, I will simply start anew.  My revised blog, if it comes to fruition, will concede that others are not as interested as I am in posting about their teams and will be a blog dedicated to St. Lucy's Volleyball.  Look for in the future if you cannot find any updates here.

Enough about me.  On Tuesday, the Regents had to face a fired-up Claremont team in a den of hostile wolf fans.  Despite error ridden starts to just about every set, the Regents persevered and found a way to win in four, 25-18, 25-22, 23-25, 25-17.

Set one began with a Regent serve into the net and a lot of errors.  St. Lucy's was behind 7-9 when setter Juliet McClure dumped one for a winner and sparked a five point run for the Regents.  The Regents were able to maintain that space for the remainder of the set.  Dianna Rohrer blocked a Claremont tip attempt to the floor to give the Regents the ball leading 22-18.  McClure took control and finished off set one with some tough serving.  Regents took set one 25-18.

Set two also began with a Regent serve into the net, in fact the first three Regent serves were into the net.  Loryn Carter kept the Regents close though as she smashed one cross court and tooled the block on another to establish her presence.  The score was tied at sixes, sevens and eights before St. Lucy's started squeaking out a lead.   Trailing 9-12, Claremont called a time out.  The Regents appeared to be cruising through set two, maintaining a three to four point lead most of the way and stretching it to 20-14 following two impressive kills by Roni LaPierre and an ace serve by Eryn Young.  Claremont came out of a timeout on fire and cut the lead to three, forcing a Lucy's time out.  In the end, it was not enough, Regents won 25-22.

Ironically, set three started out positively for the Regents with Dianna Rohrer serving up a couple aces and Arden Davis, Eryn Young and Sydney Bast digging up balls that Ariana Holmes was murdering.  Claremont took a time out with a 10-15 deficit to try to figure out how to get the rocket shots to actually hit the floor.  Carolyn Bird helped the Wolfpack's effort with two ace serves that cut the lead to one, 14-15.  A back row attack by Roni LaPierre and two kills by Loryn Carter regained the Regent's breathing room for a 19-15 lead.  But Ariana Holmes was not ready to quit.  Holmes smoked a deep shot off of Arden Davis' arm to get the ball back to the Wolves and give them much needed hope.  Holmes' spark quickly grew to a Claremont blaze and the Pack fought their way to a 25-23 win behind smart hitting by Holmes and Madison Shapiro.

Set four belonged to the Regents from the start.  Lucy's got out to a 7-2 lead.  Holmes continued to crush the ball and keep the Wolves in the hunt but a well-timed slide kill by Marissa Hageman and some tenacious play at the net by Vanessa Caustrita kept the Pack at bay.  Claremont took a timeout trailing 19-11 and then made a good push to close the gap, but Lucy's was too strong.  The Regents took set four 25-17.

The Regent stat leaders were Roni LaPierre with 16 kills and 10 digs, Loryn Carter with 12 kills and 1 block, Vanessa Caustrita with 8 kills and 1 block, Dianna Rohrer with 5 kills and 3 blocks, Arden Davis with 19 digs, Eryn Young with 2 aces and 16 digs and Juliet McClure with 39 assists and 8 digs.  Next up:  South Hills.