Going into this week, the Yosemite High volleyball team (24-8, 4-0 NSL) remains atop the North Sequoia League standings with a 4-0 record after beating Washingion Union on the road Oct. 13, and Chowchilla at home Oct. 15.
Yosemite won the Chowchilla game in three sets (25-10, 25-18, 25-17).
In the second game, Yosemite was up 12-9, before putting the game out of reach with a nine-point run, making the score 21-9. It was then Chowchilla that went on a seven point run, to close the gap to 21-16, as close as the Redskins would get.
The third game was tied at 5-5, and 11-11, before Yosemite outscored Chowchilla 10-2, to give them a comfortable 21-13 lead before ending the game at 25-17.
Leading the offensive attack against Chowchilla was Rachel Loveland, Savanna Bohna, and Dainya DeBock with eight, seven, and five kill shots, respectively. Loveland also had three blocked shots.
Tiffany Cacy had 14 assists for the Lady Badgers.
Earlier in the week The Badgers easily defeated Union in three sets (25-6, 25-15, 25-19),
DeBock had 12 kills, with Karee Smith, Kailei Gould, and Bohna combining fort 12 kills. Smith and DeBock had two blocked shots each.
Yosemite played Sierra (21-1, 3-1 NSL) Tuesday night at home - scores were not available at press time.
JV team also 4-0
The JV team is also 4-0 in league, beating Union (25-16, 25-8), and Chowchilla (24-26, 25-18, 15-11) last week.
Coach Tricia Ruiz said Bailey Hullender had two strong defensive games against Union and Chowchilla.
Last weekend the JV team won a tournament at Hoover High, beating Fresno High, Clovis East, Madera, Central Valley Christian, and El Capitan in the championship game (25-18, 25-22).
The teams play in Kerman Oct. 22, and are home against Liberty Oct. 27, and Union Oct. 29.
The JV game begins at 5 p.m., varsity at 6 p.m.