Tokay 2, West 1
Paige Pianto had five kills and eight blocks to lead the Tigers in the 25-14, 20-25, 15-13 victory.
Hailey Black had 11 assists, five blocks and five digs, Allison Meier had 13 digs and four kills and Cecily Smith recorded eight digs and five kills.
Alanna Valdez scooped 23 digs, Alyssa Patino had six digs and four kills and Sallianne Dunn, Alyssa Casillas, Anna Northcraft and Ashley Kristine each had two digs.
Tokay 2, West 0
McKenzie Westland had 17 digs and Carissa Smith added four aces and four digs to lead the Tigers in the 25-11, 25-10 victory.
Brooke Graddy had four assists, Madison Atkins had six digs and Megan Fruzza served three aces. Kirsten Lerner scooped seven digs, Kayla Dart had two kills and Kirstyn Strootman and Emily DelBarba each had one kill.
Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:00 am
In a pivotal battle for league positioning, the Tokay Tigers varsity volleyball team showed both versatility and resilience. The Tigers grabbed sole possession of second place in the Tri-City Athletic League on Tuesday, gutting out back-to-back nailbiting sets to turn a tied match with the West Wolf Pack into a 25-17, 22-25, 25-23, 25-23 home victory.
“They have composure. They have amazing composure,” said Tokay coach Pamela Buzo after sweeping the season series. “They really responded well in a stressful situation.”
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