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Justin-Siena's Ashlyn Mills, who showed her return to visit the American Canyon Nyla Maharaj in the No. 4 singles game on September 19, won on Thursday in the singles game # 3.

In Justin-Siena's singles game, Presley Schultz defeated Grace Christman, 6-2, 6-3, and Ashlyn Mills' Casey LeTourneau, 7-6 (10-8), 6-1 in tight games. affair at # 3.

Vintage Jamie Pope defeated No. 1, 6-0, 6-1 Bella Rampa in singles match, and Erin Meader defeated Kendall Manasse in Shreds No. 4 singles match (7-2 VVAL).

The Braves, however, swept the doubles. The No. 1 team of Megha Jackson and Lucia Lanzafame outscored Morgan Wright and Rose Mooney, 6-7 (7-2), 6-4, 1-0 (10-7). In the second doubles, Roses Newell and Ines Keller defeated 7-5, 6-0 Serena Kastella and Ashley Hall. In the third doubles, Libby Birkbeck and Julia won Best 6: 2, 6-0 over Hannah Jonas and Lauren Barretti.

For the Dragons (3-7 VVAL), No. 2 Olivia Weisiger defeated Sophia Krolli, 6-4, 6-1; and No. 4 Lily Raaka outscored Natalie Maass, 6-1, 6-1. In doubles, Sonoma Valley No. 1 players Cam Berger and Priya Clark brought Elisa Cassiani and Ava Moreci, 7-5, 6-1 and No. 2 Dragons Sami Stubbs and Lily Morgan 6: 4 to Kalaya Jones and Alana Valentine. , 6-4

The first-place crushers (15-7, 8-1 VVAL) finished second after Sonoma Valley in half the game, achieving a 19-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-22 comeback victory over visiting Braves on Thursday night.

Maddie Klungel led Vintage with 15 kills and 25 assists while adding 10 digs, 3 aces and 3 blocks. Also played well were Julia Bodor (13 kills, 4 blocks), Sarah Gauger (11 kills, 11 digs, 3 aces, 3 blocks), Maddie Flohr (8 kills, 5 digs, 2 aces), Maria Bodor (6 kills, 5 blocks) ) dig, 2 aces), Julia Scheumann (4 blocks), Liza Mason (3 aces, 7 digs) and Cintli Camacho (2 aces) who were tough at key points in the match.

The Shredders will finish the regular season with three matches next week - Tuesday at the American Canyon and Wednesday at home against Sonoma Valley and Thursday at Napa High.

The visiting wolves played better as Tuesday's match progressed, but the Braves (8-12, 6-5 VVAL), who finished in fourth place, won 25-12, 25-20, 25-22.

"We came out strong and excited on the night of our seniors," said Justin-Siena head coach Chelsea Reilley. “Serving was stellar and we were able to carry out our attack effectively. American Canyon played great defense and was frustrated at times, but we were able to move the ball around the attack and get all our strikers involved. "

For Braves, Megan Hanson had 15 kills, 6 digs and 2 blocks, Eva Cleary added 10 kills, 3 digs and aces, Mea Todd scored 27 assists, 6 aces 3 digs and kills, and Marianne Fernandez had 5 aces and 5 digs and "went through a fantastic game. ", Reilley said.

Maui Cabral, Yani Kenion and Kenzie Dado had six kills for the American Canyon (5-20, 0-10 VVAL), Madison Iwatsu had 3 aces, Caytlin Capulong 10 wells and Giselle Torres 8 digs and 10 assists. The wolves were over Thursday.

"Both teams played well," said Janein Hansen, head coach of Justin-Siena, whose team scored the first 4 goals of the game before the shredders scored 3 goals in the defense circuit, "said Hanson.

Lyla Cosper earned 7 straight points and had 4 aces as the Crushers won 25-8, 25-9 on Thursday. Celeste Calderon added a 6-point run, 2 aces and 3 digs. Gemma Bahnsen (1 aces, 3 kills), Maddie McPhee (3 assists), Makenzie Wallace (2 aces, 1 kill, 3 assists) and Peyton Williams (3 kills, 3 blocks) also played well for Vintage.

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