Behind the defense of Elyse Booker, Woodland’s volleyball team swept its second straight match to move to 2-0 in 2A Greater St. Helens League play with a 25-19, 26-24, 26-24 home victory over Washougal Thursday night.
Booker finished with a match-best 21 digs, a performance first-year coach Danielle Hutton described as “outstanding.”
“(She) kept the team alive on defense,” Hutton said.
Taylor Foster led the way offensively with 13 kills, and Vanessa Franke added nine kills and a match-high four blocks.
Emily Johnson paced Washougal with 29 assists, eight digs and three ace serves.
Stars of the day
• Graham Moody, Mountain View boys golf, shot a team-best 36 for one of four Thunder golfers to shoot sub-40 scores in their 3A GSHL victory over Kelso at Three Rivers Golf Course.
• Hannah Moats, King’s Way Christian girls soccer, posted six saves in the Knights’ 1-0 victory over Montesano.
• Jenna Efraimson, Camas girls soccer, scored a hat trick as the Papermakers improved to 4-0 with a 7-0 victory over Tumwater.
• Delaney Nicoll, Ridgefield volleyball, had 16 assists, 10 kills and a pair of blocks and digs in the Spudders’ 2A GSHL victory over R.A. Long.
• Lauren Snedeker, Washougal girls soccer, assisted the first three Panther goals in the team’s shutout victory over Woodland.
• Spencer Cultice, Ridgefield boys tennis, had a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 1 singles to help the Spudders to a 4-2 win over W.F. West.
• Katie Colson, Columbia River girls soccer, had the game-winner to help the Chieftains knock off 4A Skyview, 1-0.