Cherray Wilson led the Blue Springs volleyball team to a conference win Tuesday.
Wilson knocked down 10 kills as the Wildcats dominated host Raymore-Peculiar 25-15, 25-8.
“Solid team play and good chemistry created a s smooth flow for (us),” Blue Springs coach Katie Straka said after her team improved to 12-8 overall and 4-2 in the Suburban Big Six Conference.
Aliyah Bello served the first nine points of the second set to spark the rout. Chloe Kaminski finished with five aces.
FORT OSAGE 25-25, RAYTOWN 22-17: Fort Osage improved to 7-1 in the Suburban Middle Seven with a home victory over Raytown Tuesday.
The Indians also improved to 16-8-1 overall.
OAK PARK 25-25, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 23-17: Courtney Taylor tallied nine kills but William Chrisman fell to Oak Park in a Suburban Middle Seven match Tuesday.
Patience Farmer led the defense with 18 digs but the Bears dropped to 7-12 overall and 4-3 in the conference.
On Monday, Chrisman lost 25-9, 25-13 to host Liberty North. Farmer had 15 digs and Brooklyn Burkey dished out 12 assists. Abby Bauman had five kills and Taylor added four to lead Chrisman’s hitting.