Blue Springs South volleyball cruised to a 2-0 (25-21, 25-12) Suburban Big Six victory against Liberty Thursday.

Blue Springs South volleyball cruised to a 2-0 (25-21, 25-12) Suburban Big Six victory against Liberty Thursday.

The win improves the Jaguars’ record to 8-4 and 3-1. South coach Deb Becker said no one stood out in a solid performance.

“Everybody played well,” she said. “We played well as a team. It was a well-rounded team effort.”

ST. MARY’S 25-25-25, SHERWOOD 20-19-18: The St. Mary’s volleyball team got an easy 3-0 (25-20, 25-19, 25-18) Crossroads Conference victory against Sherwood on Thursday. The Trojans improve to 8-3 and 5-0 with their fifth consecutive win.

Claire Swope led the way with 18 kills. Jessica Holder and Angela Morgan both tallied 17 for St. Mary’s

“The girls are doing better and better as a team,” Trojans coach Krista Daniels said. “We hope to continue in the right direction.”

LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 25-25, TRUMAN 13-19: Lee’s Summit West was too strong for visiting Truman in a Suburban Middle Six match.

“Even thought we lost I felt really good about our kids tonight,” Truman coach Denise Craig. “The second game was the best we have played all season.”

Loribeth Agee and Easton Harper each had five kills and Kathryn Ruddy five digs in leading the Patriots (7-8, 1-3).

Anna Hunter had 10 kills, Megan McGehee five kills and four blocks, Katie Douglas four kills and Kyle Rice 20 assists in leading the Titans (12-1, 4-0).

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 25-25, OAK GROVE 22-13. Oak Grove fell to 7-6-1 overall and 1-1 in Missouri River Valley Conference West in the home loss.

“Excelsior Springs is good and we didn’t play our best match,” Oak Grove coach Amber Evans said.

Excelsior also claimed the junior varsity match 25-16, 25-21.

LEE’S SUMMIT 25-25, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 18-13. Host Lee’s Summit remained undefeated in the Suburban Big Six with a victory over arch-rival Lee’s Summit North.

“The kids are doing a great job playing for each other,” Lee’s Summit coach Roy Martin said.

Sara Borneman had eight kills and two blocks, Elissa Knipp five kills and three ace serves and Julia Myers 21 assists in playing key roles for the Tigers (13-3-1). North fell to 7-5-1 and 1-4.

ODESSA 25-32-25, GRAIN VALLEY 19-34-20: Odessa held on for a tough Misosuri River Valley Conference West victory over visiting Grain Valley.

“We have to start playing consistenly throughout the entire match,” Grain Valley coach Keri Peterson.

Lauren Readshaw had 14 kills, Jena Prue 14 digs and Devan Fairfield 13 assists for the Eagles (8-4, 1-1).