MORTON — The Timberwolves held on in a tough third set to beat Adna, 25-17, 14-25, 29-27, 25-22, here Tuesday night in Central 2B League volleyball action.
Carly King led Morton-White Pass with 14 assists, 13 kills and five aces, and Taylor Hazen added nine kills and served 11 for 11.
Hazen also provided solid passing throughout the match, MWP coach Tammy Kelly pointed.
Belen Salguero and Delanie Hannah each had five kills for the Timberwolves.
“The girls just kept their head up and just kept pushing,” Kelly said. “There was a lot of good volleys that went on for both sids, and the girls just stayed focused.”
Morton-White Pass (4-5, 3-3 league) plays at Toutle Lake on Thursday. Adna (3-7, 2-4 league) plays at Wahkiakum on Thursday.
Onalaska Tops Toledo
TOLEDO — Toledo took the first set, but Onalaska won the next three to earn a 3-1 win in a Central 2B League volleyball match here on Tuesday.
The Indians won the first set, 25-21. Onalaska battled back to take the second set 25-22, and needed extra points in the third set, but won 26-24. The Lady Loggers dominated the fourth set 25-15 to win the match.
Toledo’s Kendle Odom had six digs, Rylie Pliler recorded seven kills and Shy-Anne Hill totaled five digs and four back-row kills.
Onalaska’s Alicia Vint had 17 assists and was 10/10 serving, Eryn Duryea added 13 kills and Dakotah Fuller chipped in nine blocks and served 100 percent. Keiley Fickett came off the bench for the Lady Loggers and served 8 of 8.
“I felt like the Ony girls played flat the first few games. We only really focused on our offense,” Onalaska coach Terri Dalsted said. “They pulled it together and played all aspects of the game in the fourth set and really came back with a big win.”
Onalaska (2-6, 2-3 league) travels to face Napavine on Thursday, while Toledo (0-8, 0-5 league) hits the road to face Rainier in a C2BL match.
Napavine Shuts Down Kalama
KALAMA — Napavine made quick work of the defending State 2B champions, defeating Kalama 3-0 in a Central 2B League volleyball match here on Tuesday.
The Tigers won 25-20, 25-18 and 25-21.
Ada Williams recorded 14 assists and nine digs, Mollie Olson served 100 percent with five aces, eight digs and 14 kills, and Melissa Lee added 13 digs and 12 kills. Abbi Music chipped in 14 digs for the Tigers.
“I felt we played well. We did really well on defense. The girls defended the net well tonight, we had a ton of blocks,” Napavine coach Monica Dailey said. “We played smarter, the girls did a good job. We did make some mistakes due to miscommunication, but that’s the only thing I could really complain about. Everything else they did really well.”
Dailey also noted the defensive play of Maddie Thompson and the setting of Ashley Dickinson in the win.
Napavine (10-0, 6-0 league) hosts Onalaska on Thursday in a C2BL match.