KINGMAN – The Kingman Academy volleyball team put its best foot forward to start the 2016 campaign with a 3-0 win at River Valley Tuesday, 25-19, 25-21, 25-16.
Shaunti Short had 11 assists and six aces to lead the Lady Tigers. Isabel Anderson finished with 12 kills, and Breezy Weber blasted six kills and had three blocks.
Along with the win, Kingman Academy received good news. Outside hitter Aspen Jackson has been cleared to return to action after rehabilitating her injured ankle.
The Lady Tigers host Lee Williams (1-0) at 6 p.m. today. The Lady Vols beat Lake Havasu in straight sets in their season opener Tuesday.
Vols shoot 193, win two
At Laughlin Ranch Golf Club, Lee Williams captured Tuesday’s three-team match finishing 15 strokes ahead of Mohave and 19 in front of MALC.
The Vols shot 193, Mohave 208 and MALC 212. Lee Williams’ junior Brandon Carver was medalist with a 6-over par 41, two strokes ahead of MALC’s Zack Reed.
Chase Williams ended the round with a 45, Cole Morton shot 53 and Tanner Leo had a 54 for the Vols. Jack Kirby also shot 54, but only the top four scores count in the team scoring.
“Team was a bit rusty, but the boys kept their head down and came away with the win,” said LWHS boys golf coach Stephen Shuffler. “Lots of work to do, but I’m proud of them. Always a great way to start the season with a win.”
Lee Williams next plays against Mohave, MALC and Coconino Tuesday at Laughlin Ranch.