McKella Williams’ 13 kills, 11 digs and two aces spurred Desert Vista’s girls volleyball team to a win at home 25-17, 25-18, 25-22 over Chandler Tuesday night. ...
Cactus Shadows traveled to McClintock and came out with its 20th win, defeating the Chargers in three straight games 25-17, 25-23, and 25-19.
Thanks in part to Sarah Grothe’s 24 assists and Somer Anderson’s eight kills and 12 digs, the Falcons improved the record to 20-6. ...
Natalie Kintz had nine kills and four blocks, while Lexi Anderson contributed with six kills, 16 digs and one ace to help lead the Horizon girls volleyball team to a win over host Chaparral, Tuesday, 25-18, 25-18, 25-17.
Horizon is now 12-11 on the year. ...
Mckella Williams’ 13 kills, 11 digs and two aces spurred Desert Vista’s girls volleyball team to a win at home 25-17, 25-18, 25-22 over Chandler.
Madison Serrano had 20 kills as host Basha battled passed visiting Mesa Mountain View in four games, 25-19, 25-20, 25-27, 25-22.
Kehau Baker added 40 assists and Tiffany Dorian made eight blocks for the Bears.
MacKenzie Skousen slammed 17 kills while Hannah Fitzgerald hit 15 and Marianna Salazar knocked home 13 of her own in a losing effort for the Toros.
Perry senior Garrett Moss shot a one-under, 34 and finished tied with McClintock star Trey Kaahanui for the overall lead as Perry beat out three other teams to take the win at Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch in Gilbert. Perry shot a 189 as a team with Notre Dame finishing second with a 199, followed by McClintock (207) and Campo Verde (259).
Moss had a chance to win the event outright with a one stroke lead heading into the final hole after Kaahanui had finished his round. However, Moss three putted for a bogey and had to settle for the tie.
Perry, in just its third year as a program, placed three golfers in the top-five finishers, with Jake Argento finishing third with an even par, 36 and Jordan Lowery fifth with a 38. Despite being such a young program, Perry looks primed to make some noise and challenge for a state title. ...
Sophomore Nick Hool was the only player under par as he shot a one-under, 35 for Williams Field as the Black Hawks shot a 151 to out distance Saguaro’s 165 and Coronado’s 190 at Seville Golf and Country Club in Gilbert. For Hool, this is his fourth medal of the season and second in a row. The Black Hawks had four golfers finish in the top five. Michael Fisher finished second with an even par, 36 followed by Quinton Moore in third (39) and Trey Brown in fifth (41).
Keendel Steele finished with a 40, good for fourth place, for Saguaro. ...
Mesa Mountain View’s boys golf team had three players finish in the top three individually en route to a team score of 157 Tuesday, defeating Corona del Sol (164), Peoria (181) and Raymond S. Kellis (205) at the par 36 Sun City North Golf Course in Sun City.
Mitchell Holmes led the charge for the Toros, shooting an even par 36 to finish four strokes ahead of teammates Jared Kaff and Beau Breland, as well as Corona del Sol’s Bryce Contreras and Tyler Rasmussen.