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Trojan volleyball tames Mustangs

PLAYER Jonathan Tuttle gets into a perfect position to hit the ball. Courtesy photo
PLAYER Jonathan Tuttle gets into a perfect position to hit the ball. Courtesy photo

PLAYER Jonathan Tuttle gets into a perfect position to hit the ball. Courtesy photo

The Oak Ridge boys varsity volleyball team started last week down, but ended on a positive note.

The Trojans fell to Granite Bay in preseason play on March 15 but that loss didn’t dampen their spirits on March 17 when they played Monterey Trail. Troy tamed the Mustangs in three games, 25-18, 25-22 and 26-24

Storm VanSoldt led with eight kills; Jack Hoisington and Jonathan Tuttle each had five. Tuttle also served up four aces while Hoisington and Nate Lambert racked up the digs, eight and seven respectively.

Connor Dunham and Connor Blakeman contributed with several assists, and Hoisington, Trent Stigerts and Tim Spykerman each had three blocks.

The Trojans played Capital Christian High School on Tuesday. See villagelife.com for results.

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