The Blue Springs South volleyball team continues its strong season.

The Jaguars improved to 12-3 overall with an easy 25-6, 25-5 win over Raytown Tuesday.

"We are working on a few lineup adjustments heading into some big conference matches and the girls really focused on those adjustments this evening,” South coach Dave MacLean said. "We were also able to play girls in some new positions to get that experience."

Meaunna Booth led South with seven kills and two blocks, Mandy Main had 17 assists and six digs, Anna Ryan had four kills and two aces and Taylor Brungardt had three kills and two aces.

The freshmen teams was also victorious 2-0 and are now 3-4 on the season.

FORT OSAGE 25-25, RUSKIN 6-18: The Indians made short work of Suburban Middle Six rival Ruskin with a blowout win Tuesday.

Fort freshman Kendra Siefker led Fort (6-7-2, 1-2) with eight kills.

Fort’s JV won 25-11, 25-11.

GRAIN VALLEY 25-25, HARRISONVILLE 7-8: The Eagles had no problem getting past Missouri River Valley Conference West rival Harrisonville in a blowout win Tuesday.

Asya Harris led the Eagles (6-2-2, 1-0) with six kills and Sydney Widebenmann added four. Bailey Bunney and Karly Tharp contributed with nine assists each.

“We did a lot of good things on our end by controlling the pace of the game,” Grain Valley coach Keri Peterson said. “We took control early and we finished.

LEE’S SUMMIT 25-25, BLUE SPRINGS 23-20: Blue Springs started slow in both sets and it cost the team in a two-set loss to Suburban Big Seven rival Lee’s Summit Tuesday.

Hannah Vanriette led Blue Springs (5-6, 1-3) with 10 kills and Niya Harris had seven. Aliyah Bello led the Wildcats with 14 digs and Caroline Foster added five digs and 18 assists.

“Started slow in both sets and had to come from behind,” Blue Springs coach Katie Grusing said. “It's hard to maintain momentum for that extended amount of time and puts a lot of pressure on players to not make errors. In the end they outlasted us at the net, taking aggressive swings all night.”

OAK GROVE 25-25, KNOB NOSTER 16-13: The Panthers had no problem dispatching Knob Noster in a non-conference game on Tuesday.

Chloee Tripp led Oak Grove with eight kills, Ginny Hayes had a team-high two aces and Emily Heldenbrand had 34 assists.