Hosanna tops Prospect

KLAMATH FALLS — The Prospect volleyball team is usually not easy to put away, but Hosanna Christian had its perfect record in the Mountain Valley League on the line and made sure it stayed intact by putting together a fine performance on Friday.

In a battle of the conference's top two teams, Hosanna (19-1, 13-0 MVL) prevailed 25-12, 25-11, 25-15.

Heather Lass paced the Cougars (13-3, 10-3 MVL) with eight kills, setter Jessica VanWormer added nine assists and Taylor Bernhardt contributed 12 digs.

BUTTE FALLS 3, TRINITY 0 — At Bend, Butte Falls put the clamps down on Trinity to cling to its No. 3 spot in the MVL with a 25-15, 25-19, 25-16 win.

If the Loggers (11-7, 8-4 in league) defeat Paisley today, they will clinch the third seed in the MVL heading into the district tournament next week.

Allie Givens and Joli Hobbs finished out Games 1 and 3, respectively, by serving out the final three points for the Loggers.

Givens had three aces on the night.

ASHLAND 13, COTTAGE GROVE 4 — At Ashland, Forrest Kollar scored six goals and had three steals and Adam Good added five goals as Ashland (22-1, 4-0 Southern Conference) easily won its final game of the regular season at the Southern Oregon University pool.

Grizzlies' goalkeeper Miles Furuichi had nine blocks.

Ashland won't play again until it travels to Bend for a sub-state game on Nov. 5.

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