A solid William Chrisman volleyball season continues.

A solid William Chrisman volleyball season continues.

Lexi Salva had nine kills and Jessica Ferguson 20 digs as host William Chrisman (13-8-1, 5-2) posted a Suburban Middle Seven victory over Raytown South.

The Bears also took the junior varsity match 25-19, 14-25, 25-16.

BARSTOW 25-25-25, VAN HORN 19-20-19: Visiting Van Horn dropped a Crossroads Conference match.

“The difference was serving,” Van Horn coach Cristin Nowak said. “We had five a game. Other than that, I felt pretty good how we played.”

Van Horn fell to 2-13 and 1-6.

The Falcons posted a 25-8, 19-25, 25-13 junior varsity victory.

PARK HILL SOUTH 25-25, FORT OSAGE 17-21: His team came up short, but Indians coach Sean Barrett complimented his squad’s effort against the Suburban Middle Seven Conference leader.

Asia Cole tallied six kills and four blocks and Lynn Siefker came up with nine digs and two aces to help Fort Osage. The Indians (8-7, 4-3) led 21-19 in the second game before Park Hill South broke off a decisive 6-0 spurt.

“We played them strong,” Barrett said. “We controlled the net. Our serve-receiving broke down and that’s where we lost the game, but overall I was pretty happy.”

ST. MARY’S 25-25-25, RENAISSANCE ACADEMY 11-5-13: The host Trojans improved to 7-4-1 overall and 5-1 in the Crossroads Conference with the easy victory.

The Trojans were paced by Danielle Pocock’s nine kills and Rachel Graef’s eight.

“It was good win at home,” St. Mary’s coach Krista Daniels said. “We need to be more consistent.”

St. Mary’s also rolled in the junior varsity match 25-8, 25-5.