Blue Springs South volleyball got a dominant home victory against Raymore-Peculiar on Tuesday.

Blue Springs South volleyball got a dominant home victory against Raymore-Peculiar on Tuesday.

The Jaguars defeated Ray-Pec 25-13, 25-15 to improve to 11-6 overall and 4-1 in the Suburban Big Seven conference.

“Kelsi Martin and Janie Morrison did a good job,” South coach Deb Becker said. “We did a good job of passing the ball tonight.”

The Blue Springs South junior varsity remained undefeated with a 2-0 victory.

LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 25-25, NORTH KANSAS CITY 13-13: The Lee’s Summit West volleyball team remained undefeated in conference play with a 2-0 (25-13, 25-13) victory against North Kansas City on Tuesday.

The Titans improved their record to 16-2 overall and 5-0 in the Suburban Middle Six. Katie Douglas led the way for the Titans recording eight kills. Anna Hunter added another seven.

Megan McGehee had three kills and Haylee Gregory had two. Kylie Rice recorded 20 assists and three kills on the night.

“It was a great match,” West coach Mark Rice said. “We played really clean.”

Rice said he was pleased with the way the girls turned around and played after a long Blue Springs South tournament this weekend.

LEE’S SUMMIT COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN: 25-25-25-25, VAN HORN 12-27-15-20: Van Horn coach Christin Nowak saw some good things in the Crossroads Conference loss.

Shelby Ingold had four aces and eight digs and Dalanie Krogman six aces in leading the Falcons (3-11, 1-5).

“Dalanie played her best match,” Nowak said. “Ingold also had best overall match and provided strong leadership.”

TRUMAN 25-25, RUSKIN 7-13: Truman improved to 8-8 overall and 2-3 in the Suburban Middle Six with an easy victory at Ruskin.

Loribeth Agee’s six ace serves and seven kills and Sara Peck 11 assists sparked the Patriots.

WINNETONKA 25-25, RAYTOWN SOUTH 18-17: “It was our best team match and we know we can play better,” South coach Joe Maloney said of the home Suburban Middle Seven loss.

South fell to 5-13 and 0-6.

Winnetonka also claimed the junior varsity match 15-25, 25-23, 25-16.

BLUE SPRINGS 26-22-25, LEE’S SUMMIT 24-25-21: Blue Springs passed a key Suburban Big Six test by defeating host Lee’s Summit.

It was the Tigers first defeat in six conference matches while Blue Springs improved to 4-2.

“We had a good lead in the first game and let it slip away,” Lee’s Summit coach Roy Martin said. “We were ahead 21-20 in the third game and lost the next five points. I was proud of the kids. They fought hard and battled back.”

Sara Borneman’s 13 kills, Alli Patterson’s seven kills and two solo blocks, Elissa Knipp’s seven kills and 12 digs, Kaitlynn Weyrauch’s 15 digs, Shelby Wagner’s two solo and two assisted blocks and Julia Myers’ 32 assists paced the Tigers (14-4-1 overall). Blue Springs improved to 13-7.

ST. MARY’S 26-15-10, ST. PAUL’S 29-20-19: An opening game loss couldn’t prevent St. Mary’s from a nonconference victory over visiting St. Paul’s of Concordia.

“The girls did a good job of staying focused,” St. Mary’s coach Krista Daniels said. “They are playing better and better as a team. It was an exciting win for us.”

Angela Morgan had 12 kills, Jessica Holder’s11 kills and Claire Swope’s nine kills in powering the Trojans (11-3).

The junior varsity match was a 21-25, 25-12, 25-14 St. Mary’s victory.