PREP ROUNDUP: Bear River girls volleyball, girls golf and boys soccer all notch wins
The Bear River girls volleyball team opened Pioneer Valley League play with a four-set victory, 24-26, 27-25, 25-15, 25-18, over rival Colfax Monday night in Colfax.
Leading the Lady Bruins was senior outside hitter Kaely Rath with 23 kills and eight digs. Junior Ashley Albee added 10 kills, Alex Staples tallied nine kills and Eleesa Schumacher chipped in with nine kills of her own. Setting the Bear River attack was Savannah Wirth (33 assists) and Melanie Jenkins (16 assists). Senior libero Brooke Hajewski led the team with 19 digs.
Leading the Lady Falcons was sophomore Katelin Duer with 21 kills. Senior Kylie Shinn added 15 kills and 19 digs, and senior Courtney Kirkland had 28 assists and 24 digs in the game.
Bear River (27-3, 1-0 PVL) has its home opener tonight against Center. Colfax (7-8, 0-1 PVL) hits the road for a match with Lincoln tonight.
Lady Bruins win first PVL tourney
Bear River’s golf team is 4-0 in league play and carried that confidence into Monday’s PVL tourney at Bartley Cavanaugh.
The Lady Bruins won the tourney by an impressive 18 strokes with a team score of 447. Second place went to Placer with a score of 465, Lincoln was third at 488, Colfax took fourth with a score of 512 and Center finished last at 591.
Leading the Lady Bruins was freshmen Hannah Prosser with a team low of 82 on the par-71 course. Kalei Owen was next for Bear River with an 84, Shelby Lampson followed with an 88, Bella Betula was right behind with an 89, and Serenity Edwards rounded out the scoring with a 104.
Placer Natalie Pietromonaco was the day’s medalist with a 74.
The Lady Buins get back to work Thursday against Lincoln.
Bruins open league play with win over Colfax
Bear River’s boys soccer team opened PVL play on a high note Monday, topping rival Colfax 1-0.
The Bruins’ Nic Hubasz scored the matches’ only goal on a great individual effort, streaking up the left side of the field before cutting back across and firing the shot into the net.
Bear River’s freshmen goalie Carsten Siebles had an outstanding game, shutting out the Falcons despite 14 shots on goal.
The Bruins take the pitch again today against Center.
Coaches may submit game reports by email at email@example.com or by phone at 530-477-4232.
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New season. New co-head coaches. Same expectations.