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Varsity volleyball wins two, loses two

SPIKED — Trent Stigerts prepares to rocket the ball past defenders at the tournament Saturday. Courtesy photo
SPIKED — Trent Stigerts prepares to rocket the ball past defenders at the tournament Saturday. Courtesy photo

SPIKED — Trent Stigerts prepares to rocket the ball past defenders at the tournament Saturday. Courtesy photo

The Oak Ridge boys varsity volleyball team played at the Brian Nolan tournament at Granite Bay High School April 2 and equally split their victories and loses.

The Trojans started out string, handily defeating Elk Grove 25-3 and 25-11 and winning against Nevada Union 25-23 and 25-23. The match against De La Sal proved more difficult and the boys lost 13-25 and 23-25. They then faced Los Gatos and lost again, 22-25 and 22-25.

Stat leaders were as follows:

  • Kills: Jonathan Tuttle, 21
    Trent Stigerts, 18
  • Aces: Nate Lambert, 9
  • Digs: Jonathan Tuttle, 24
    Nate Lambert, 19
  • Assists: Connor Dunham, 69
  • Blocks: Trent Stigerts, 9
    Jonathan Tuttle, 7

ORHS has a bye on Tuesday this week and will play Jesuit High School on Thursday at home. The JV game will start at 5 p.m. followed by the varsity.

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