CVMS volleyball rolling through season
The Carson Valley Middle School eighth-grade volleyball team improved to 7-0 on the year with recent wins over Eagle Valley, Carson and Alder Creek.
At the Optimist Tournament, the Tigers went 5-1, taking second place after losing to Incline in the finals.
Nikki Hamada had 54 service points and 44 assists in the past nine matches.
McKenna Kynett had 34 service points, 38 digs, 34 service points, 21 kills and 15 aces. Lizzie Byrne had 12 service points, Sarah Carter had 18 digs and 13 service points, Bailey Gansberg had 45 digs, 17 assists, 11 aces and 20 service points, Johnnie Saletti had 22 digs, 33 service points and 10 kills, Dallyn Malarchuk had five digs and two kills, Maddie Lowe had 34 digs and 21 service points, Shannon Leiss had 17 digs and 28 service points.
Sophie Byrne had 14 digs and 10 service points. Aubrey Caires had nine aces, 17 service points, eight digs and eight kills, Nicole Rowe had 20 digs and 12 service points, Makayla Shaver had 18 digs, 16 service points and 10 kills and Macie Harges had 23 service points, 22 digs and 17 aces.
The Carson Valley seventh-graders are 4-3 in league play after a loss to Carson and wins over Eagle Valley and Alder Creek.
The team went 5-1 at the Optimist Tournament, taking second place and losing to Carson in the championship.
Rachel Allen and Jessie Jin led the team with 45 and 27 service points respectively, Ciana Gransbery and Kylie Swan each had 21 service points, Kaitlyn Palaroan, Ashley Campagna and Jillyan Jacobson each had 14, Karina Ward and Viviana Samriento each had 13, Natalie Smith and Megan Sando each had 11, Stephanie Gray had five, Mayln Leet had three.