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Helena spikers sweep Glacier

by Daily Inter Lake
| September 17, 2022 11:50 PM

HELENA – The Helena High Bengals swept Glacier in three sets Saturday, 25-20, 25-17, 25-22.

Mackenzie Jackson led the Bengals with four blocks, six service aces and 16 assists.

For Glacier, Haven Speer served two aces and had 14 assists.

On Friday, Glacier fell to Helena Capital in five. Speer again was a standout with 27 assists. Ella Farrell had five blocks.

Helena def. Glacier

25-20, 25-17, 25-22

KILLS — Glacier 22 (Sarah Downs 7, Ella Farrell 7), Helena 36 (Alex Bullock 8, Lauren 8); ASSISTS — Glacier 18 (Haven Speer 14), Helena 31 (Mackenzie Jackson 16); DIGS — Glacier 30 (Kenedee Moore 12), Helena 40 (Morin Blaise 13); BLOCKS — Glacier 3 (Kaylei Fant 3), Helena 6 (Jackson 4); ACES — Glacier 6 (Kaylie Field 2, Speer 2), Helena 11 (Jackson 6).

Late Friday

Capital def. Glacier

25-22, 17-25, 19-25, 25-20, 15-11

KILLS — Glacier 46 (Sarah Downs 17), Capital 43 (Nyeala Herndon 12); ASSISTS — Glacier 41 (Haven Speer 27), Capital 41 (Kayla Almquist 18, Taylor Ferretti 18); DIGS — Glacier 58 (Maddie Frazier 24), Capital 62 (Darby Martin 28); BLOCKS — Glacier 9 (Ella Farrell 5), Capital 18 (Riley Chandler 4, Herndon 4, Tey’ana Lintner 4); ACES — Glacier 10 (Kaylie Field 4), Capital 11 (Martin 6).

Helena 3, Flathead 2

HELENA – Flathead pushed the Bengals to five sets Friday, but the home team won the last two sets to take the victory.

Sienna Sterck had 12 kills for Flathead and Olive Lyngholm added nine kills and 15 digs.

Helena def. Flathead

14-25, 25-20, 29-27, 25-27, 12-15

KILLS — Flathead 44 (Sienna Sterck 12, Olive Lyngholm 9), Helena 47 (Alex Bullock 12, Mackenzie Jackson 12, Lauren Heuiser 12); ASSISTS — Flathead 37 (Amelia Mason 35, Cyan Mooney 2), Helena 37 (Kim Feller 29); DIGS — Flathead 70 (Mooney 21, Lyngholm 15), Helena 74 (Morin Blaise 24); ACES — Flathead 15 (Mason 4), Helena 14 (Danee Lieberg 5); BLOCKS — Flathead 10 (Libby Peltz 2, Mason 2, Emma Eve 2), Helena 7 (Jackson 2, Birdie Heuiser 2, L. Heuiser 2).

Friday

Columbia Falls 3, Browning 0

BROWNING – Maddie Moultray had an all-around breakout game for the Columbia Falls Wildkats in a three-set sweep of the Browning Lady Indians.

Moultray had 13 kills, six digs, three blocks and two service aces for the Wildkats in the 25-21, 25-19, 25-16 win.

“Browning is looking better than ever and we had to come from behind in set 1,” coach Jolandie Brooks said.

Kierra Kemppainen added 18 assists for Columbia Falls.

Columbia Falls def. Browning

25-21, 25-19, 25-16

KILLS — Columbia Falls 27 (Maddie Moultray 13, Sadie Cheff 4, Emalee Alton 4), Browning n/a (Jerel McEvers 6, Kalcie Connelly 4, JoAnn Jordan 4); ASSISTS — Columbia Falls 21 (Kierra Kemppainen 18), Browning n/a (Natalie St. Goddard 10, Kassandra Kennedy 6); DIGS — Columbia Falls 24 (Moultray 6, Alton 5, Annika Reid 5), Browning n/a (McEvers 7, Susan Connelly 6, Kaytins Evans 5); ACES — Columbia Falls 8 (Demye Rensel 2, Moultray 2, Alton 2), Browning n/a (St. Goddard 3); BLOCKS — Columbia Falls 6 (Moultray 3, Ellie Stutsman 2), Browning n/a (Tashlyn Lazyboy 3, St. Goddard 1, S. Connelly 1)

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