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Examiner
  • Prep volleyball roundup: Bears pick up conference win

  • Jackie Becker’s seven kills led the William Chrisman volleyball team to a 25-22, 25-21 Suburban Middle Seven Conference victory Tuesday night.

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  • Jackie Becker’s seven kills led the William Chrisman volleyball team to a 25-22, 25-21 Suburban Middle Seven Conference victory Tuesday night.
    Haley Rodriguez and Rachel Losch added four kills each as the host Bears improved to 12-10 and 6-4 in conference.
    GRAIN VALLEY 25-25, ODESSA 22-23: Catherine Zuniga had 19 digs, Sarah Armstrong seven kills, Devan Fairfield six kills and Abby Winter 16 as visiting Grain Valley (13-8, 6-1) posted a  Missouri River Valley Conference West victory Tuesday night.
    VAN HORN 25-25, EAST 18-11: Van Horn improved to 6-15 with the home decision Tuesday night.
    The junior varsity match also went to the Falcons 25-4, 25-19.
    SUMMIT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 25-25-25, ST. MARY’S 21-12-18: A tough Summit Christian Academy team defeated the host Trojans Tuesday night.
    “We played a great first game but we shut down after that,” St. Mary’s coach Krista Daniels said. “We put up a fight in the third game.”
    Mariel Saunders had 22 digs and Rachel Graef five kills to power the Trojans (9-10-2, 6-2).
    St. Mary’s was a 25-19, 25-23 junior varsity winner.
    OAK PARK 25-27-25, FORT OSAGE 17-29-9: Visiting Oak Park held on to defeat Fort Osage in a Suburban Middle Seven match Tuesday night.
    “The first two games we played as well as we have all year,” Fort Osage coach Sean Barrett said.
    Lynn Siefker had 31 consecutive serves without an error and 11 kills and Asia Cole 12 kills in leading the Indians (3-17-2, 1-8) to a tough Suburban Middle Seven loss.
    “A loss is not a good thing but we played well and the girls hustled to the final point,” Barrett said.
    Oak Park is the conference leader at 9-1.
    Oak Park took the junior varsity match 25-13, 25-14.
    LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 25-25, ST. JOSEPH CENTRAL 6-11: Host Lee’s Summit North rolled to a nonconference victory over St. Joseph Central Monday night to improve to 19-5-1.
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