Lady Vols grab first-ever varsity volleyball win
KINGMAN - Lee Williams got its varsity volleyball program rolling by sweeping Telesis in Lake Havasu City Wednesday, 25-6, 25-11, 25-6.
"This game was a nice first match for us," said LWHS coach Traci Rosenbach. "Now they need to focus, though, and be ready to play some harder teams, but it was a good confidence booster for them."
Serving was the key for Lee Williams, as Sadie Snay had 13 aces, Khori Cobanovich seven and Sidney Clark six.
"The girls served very well," Rosenbach said. "A lot of the players tried their jump serve and got the confidence they need."
Snay, Marli Lauck, Madi Arave and Caiti McNiven led the Lady Vols with two kills each.
Lee Williams gets a true test at the Mary Jo Goldey Tournament Saturday in Lake Havasu. Kingman Academy and Kingman are also scheduled to play.
"There will be tougher teams at the tournament," the coach said. "The girls need to be prepared."
Kingman spikers drop nailbiter
After dropping the first two sets to Lake Havasu Wednesday, the Kingman High volleyball team fought back to force a fifth set only to lose in extra points.
Havasu (1-0) earned the win 25-17, 25-20, 20-25, 23-25, 18-16.
Kingman fell to 1-1. Both teams compete in Saturday's tournament.
Lady Bulldog golf wins again
Kingman High won its second consecutive match to open the season, prevailing at Mountain Shadows Golf Club in Paradise Valley.
The Lady Bulldogs shot 157 on the par-3 course, Shadow Mountain 164 and Peoria 204. Lee Williams did not qualify with only three golfers.
Mariah Sammeli led Kingman with a 37. Lee Williams was led by Kaci Kay's 43.