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Amanda Benson and Ali Daley combined for 20 points from service Tuesday, as the Nevada Union girls volleyball team squashed Kennedy 3-0 Tuesday in the Miners’ ninth league contest.

Now 9-0 in the Metro Conference and 21-2 overall, NU faces tougher competition Thursday, when the Miners travel to Granite Bay.

One of the few teams that can compete with Nevada Union, Granite Bay currently holds second place in the Metro with an 8-1 record, the one loss coming at NU.



Game time is set for 6:15 p.m.

Soccer




Forest Lake Christian 2, Country Day 0

Despite pouring rain and chilling wind Tuesday, the Forest Lake Christian boys soccer team fought it out against Country Day, where the Falcons won 2-0 to clinch the Central Valley Christian League title.

Andreas Zeischegg scored six minutes into the game unassisted for the Falcons to go up 1-0.

Nine minutes before the second half came to a close, Mitch Seman scored on an assist from Carter Kaminski.

In a game in which FLC outshot Country Day 18-7, the Falcon defense turned up the heat.

At midfield, Country Day was kept in check by Kaminski and Stephen Jones, according to FLC head coach Thad Kopec.

Now 7-0-1 in league, 10-5-1 overall, Forest Lake Christian can cruise into the playoffs.

West Campus 3,

Bear River 1

Brian Gardner scored his 11th goal on the season for the Bear River boys soccer team Tuesday, but it was for naught as the Bruins fell at West Campus 3-1.

Bear River was outshot 16-8 on the afternoon, and falls to 4-3-2 in the Pioneer Valley League.

The junior varsity team won 2-1 for Bear River.

Cameron Lambert and David Sai-Ngarm each scored goals for the Bruins, and Ryan Bock had a shutout in goal where he played in the first half.

The Bruins are now 9-0 in league, 13-1 overall.


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