Raiders pick up first 4A North victory
Reed got in the 4A North win column for the first time on Thursday night, sweeping Wooster at home 25-9, 25-17, 25-8.
The Raiders improved to 5-9, 1-5. The Colts remained winless in 4A North contests.
Alexis Lusby led the home team with 11 kills. Taylor Zirkle and Morgan Starley both served five aces.
Reed will host Galena on Tuesday night.
Spanish Springs losing streak hits three
The first set for Spanish Springs at home on Thursday night against Damonte Ranch went well. The final three sets, not so much.
The Cougars’ skid reached three games with a 25-15, 19-25, 10-25, 9-25 loss to the Mustangs.
“Our kids did a great job set one of playing in rhythm and with confidence,” Spanish Springs coach Alix Cirac said. “Unfortunately, we weren’t able to keep up with them in the later sets. That’ll be the goal moving forward, to remain confident regardless and try to move much faster.”
Spanish Springs dropped to 7-7, 3-3 in the 4A North. Damonte Ranch moved to 10-4, 3-2.
Jordyn Boswell put down a match-high 19 kills in the loss. Alysa Micone added 11. Kirstin Bennett passed out 29 assists.
The Cougars play arguably their most difficult regular season game of the year on Tuesday night at home against Bishop Manogue.
Reno clinches league title
Reno wrapped up the outright High Desert League title on Thursday with a fourth straight tournament win at Somersett Golf and Country Club.
The Huskies carded a team score of 338. McQueen (395) took second in front Reed (507). No other school had enough golfers to compete in the team event.
Reno’s Bella McReynolds fired a 79 to earn medalist honors for the time this year, edging teammate Abbi Fleiner by two strokes.
Kaitlin Fleiner turned in Reed’s best score, an 85. She was followed by Andreya Dayton (92), Jillian Kygar (134) and Tiffany Nila-Herrera (161).
Katie Gilberston (106) was the only Spanish Springs golfer on the course.
Washoe Golf Course will host the fifth of six HDL tournaments on Tuesday.