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Oregon high school volleyball playoffs: 2nd-year Nelson knocks out reigning champion West Linn; other Day 2 highlights; vote for Saturday’s top star

Here are some of the highlights and top performers from the second day of action in the OSAA volleyball playoffs
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By René Ferrán   

The Oregon high school volleyball playoffs continued Saturday. Here are some of the highlights and top performers from the second day of matches.

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The present and the future of the Nelson volleyball program were on full display Saturday afternoon.

Senior Kalista Lukovich had a match-high 23 kills, and freshman Madi Andrews added 11 kills as the Hawks dethroned defending OSAA Class 6A state champion West Linn with a straight-set home victory, 26-24, 25-13, 25-22.

The victory sends the Hawks (26-3), who ended Central Catholic’s 17-year run atop the Mt. Hood Conference, to the main tournament site for the first time, where they’ll face Oregon City in the quarterfinals at 8 a.m. Friday at Forest Grove High School.

“It’s a really big accomplishment,” said Lukovich, an Eastern Washington commit. “I know what we did last year, but then we lost in the second round, so we didn’t really get to go to state and put our name on the board. Now, we’ll get to do that, which is a really exciting experience, especially being a senior.”

Andrews hardly imagined such an experience as a freshman, with the Hawks snapping Central Catholic’s 81-match MHC win streak and taking a set against No. 1 Jesuit (one of three teams to do so this year).

“I was hoping that this would happen, but it’s just so surprising that, it’s my freshman year for me and the second year for Nelson, that we get to do this,” she said. “It’s what we’ve talked about this whole year. This was our mission, to get here, and it’s just such a big accomplishment for us to beat the teams that we’ve looked forward to beating at the beginning of the season.”

Among those teams were the Lions (17-10), who won last year’s title with a senior-laden team led by 6A player of the year Emily Warmenhoven. Of this season’s players, only seniors Addie Hoover and Amyah Semau received significant action during the championship run, and Hoover acknowledged the team faced a lot of pressure throughout their title defense.

“I’m really proud of this group,” said Hoover, who had 12 kills in her final match. “Everybody compared us to us, and everybody wanted us to do it again. But we just did our own thing. We were our own team, our own people, and that’s all that matters. What we did today, I’m super proud. I feel like we left our hearts on the court.”

They showed that heart in the third set, when the Hawks built a 20-12 lead and looked ready to close out the match. Instead, junior Caroline Nielsen served six consecutive points, with Semau making three kills and Nielsen serving an ace to close the deficit to 20-19.

An Andrews kill finally stopped the run, and the teams exchanged sideouts the rest of the way until Luckovich had back-to-back kills to finish the match.

“At the beginning of the season, we probably would have just rolled over,” Hoover said. “We fought with everything we had. No matter if it was the last game. We just wanted to leave it all on the court, and that was a huge steppingstone for this team.”

The Lions controlled the match early, taking a 19-13 lead on Hoover’s kill in the first set. Slowly, the Hawks chipped away, with Andrews’ ace tying the score at 23-23. The Lions saved one set point, but after Lukovich had a kill, Kaylie Christopher and Madalynn Abraham combined on a block to close the set.

“This is a team that never stops working hard, no matter what, even if it’s coming back from a five-point deficit to push forward,” said Hawks coach Lisa Flaherty-McBee. “It’s really pretty amazing that they don’t get too flustered. They know what they need to do, and they get the job done.”

Now, the Hawks get Oregon City, the Three Rivers League champion which they beat 2-0 at the West Linn Tournament this month. That was the match where Lukovich felt her team flipped a switch as it readies for its first state tournament appearance.

“We all just came together, and we’re playing our hearts out, and that’s how we played tonight,” she said. “Hopefully, we’ll get something at state and bring it home.”

Nelson 3, West Linn 0

Set scores: 26-24, 25-13, 25-22. West Linn leaders: Addie Hoover 12 kills; Amyah Semau 11 kills; Olivia Trobetsky 4 kills; Olivia Doel 27 assists. Nelson leaders: Kalista Lukovich 23 kills, 2 blocks; Madi Andrews 11 kills, 14x15 serving, ace; Madalynn Abraham 4 kills, 3 blocks; Amelia Eubanks 38 assists.

OTHER 6A ROUND 2 MATCHES

Oregon City 3, Grant 0

Paige Thies hit .826 for the match and had a team-high 20 kills, and the fourth-seeded Pioneers (24-3) advanced to the main tournament site for the first time since 2010 with a 25-13, 25-19, 25-11 home win.

Setter McKenna Brent went on an 11-point serving run to finish the third set and propel Oregon City to the sweep. She and fellow setter Bella Bone had five aces apiece, and middle Brooke Williams added eight kills while hitting .467.

South Medford 3, Central Catholic 1

South Medford (23-6) advanced to the main tournament site for the first time, avenging two recent playoff losses to Central Catholic with a 25-19, 22-25, 25-20, 25-19 home win.

Naomi Johnson served back-to-back aces in the fourth set to give the Panthers a 21-18 lead, and freshman Mayen Akpan closed the match with a middle attack.

“Though we were seeded higher, we were looked at as the underdogs,” coach Robin Akpan said. “Last year, we lost to them in the first round at Central Catholic. This year, we fought at home with success. I’m super proud of the girls and my coaching staff. Excited for more!”

Bailey Davis finished with 46 assists, with 22 going to senior Katie Clevenger. Mayen Akpan added 10 kills, Cameron Christian had 15 digs, and Johnson added five blocks, six kills and three aces. 

Roseburg 3, Sherwood 1

Kennedy Baylis Hines had a match-high 16 kills, Grace Luttrell added 13 kills and five blocks, and 10th-seeded Roseburg (18-5) went on the road and defeated Pacific Conference champion Sherwood 25-22, 19-25, 25-20, 25-22 to advance to the main tournament site for the first time since 2015.

Kinsey Brelage had 19 digs and was 15 of 15 serving with three aces, Mikyla Cunningham added five kills and five blocks, and setter Hayden Pinard had 49 assists, 11 digs, six kills, seven aces and five blocks.

Sheldon 3, St. Mary’s Academy 0

Beaux Bruegman had 10 kills, 18 assists and five aces, and Gwen Fife added 11 kills and 13 digs as Southwest Conference champion Sheldon (25-5) advanced to the quarterfinals for a fifth consecutive season with a 25-20, 25-14, 25-13 home win.

Yana Tuioti had seven kills and Gracee Robertson made four blocks for the Irish, who face conference rival South Medford in Friday’s quarterfinals in Forest Grove.

Westview 3, Wells 0 

Setter Taylor Guerra had an all-around solid match with 21 assists, 10 digs, seven kills and three aces, and Kaytlyn Lebeck had a match-high 11 kills as No. 2 seed Westview (25-4) advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2001 with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-13 home victory over PIL champion Wells. 

“We played very well together as a team,” said coach Janelle Brandt, who also saw Alize Bakker get 10 kills and five digs, Daphne Bakker add nine digs, four kills and two aces, and Natalie Perez dish out 18 assists with nine digs. Libero Kennedy Chueng had a match-high 16 digs, four assists and two aces. 

Jesuit 3, South Salem 0

The top-seeded Crusaders (31-0) advanced to the final tournament site for the 24th consecutive season, with CeAnna O’Loughlin recording a match-high 15 kills (.324 hitting) with a 2.6 serve receive rating and Jackie Carle averaging 10 assists per set in a 25-18, 25-14, 25-18 home win. 

Jada Johnson added five kills while combining with Lilly Lansing and Avery Pickard for six blocks. Pickard also had eight digs and a 2.67 serve receive rating, and Isabel Patterson added 14 digs.

“We had much better flow to our game,” said Jesuit coach Teresa Zimmerlee.

Sprague 3, McNary 1

The ninth-seeded Olympians (22-8) advanced to the quarterfinals for a fifth consecutive season with a 25-16, 13-25, 25-20, 25-22 win at McNary. 

Sprague will meet No. 1 Jesuit in a rematch of their 2019 final and 2021 quarterfinal (both won by the Crusaders) at 8 a.m. Friday in Forest Grove. 

5A ROUND 1

West Albany 3, Thurston 2

The defending state champion Bulldogs survived after giving up a 2-0 lead, with Tessa Zimmermann getting a couple of quick kills in the fifth set to settle their nerves in a 25-18, 25-20, 25-27, 21-25, 15-10 home win.

“We came out on fire in the first two sets,” coach Megan Wallace said. “Thurston pushed back in sets three and four, but in the fifth, we were able to regroup and get back on track.”

Zimmermann finished with 17 kills while hitting .484. She had six assists and three blocks, and Kendyl Arnett had a match-high 24 kills (.358 hitting) and 24 digs for No. 7 West Albany (16-7), which will play Mid-Willamette rival Crescent Valley in Friday’s quarterfinals.

Mylee Blake added 11 kills (.321 hitting) and four blocks, while setter Avery Hughes dished out 48 assists to go with 15 digs, four blocks and three aces.

“This match wasn’t easy and definitely forced us to bring our best game,” Wallace said. “Facing adversity is only going to, I believe, make us stronger for the road. We are ready and excited for next weekend.”

Crescent Valley 3, North Eugene 1

Bella Jacobson had 15 kills and seven digs, and Taelyn Bentley hit .462 with 13 kills, four aces and three blocks as Mid-Willamette champion Crescent Valley (24-2), the No. 2 seed, advanced with a 25-11, 15-25, 25-18, 25-15 home win.

The Raiders will face defending state champion and conference rival West Albany at 3:15 p.m. Friday in Forest Grove.

Dani Street had 14 digs, Sophie Terwilliger added eight aces, eight kills and five digs, and setter Kamden Mitchell dished out 35 assists with 11 digs.

Wilsonville 3, Eagle Point 0

Senior Makenna Wiepert, who will set for the University of Texas-San Antonio next year but plays outside for top seed Wilsonville (27-0), led a balanced attack in a 25-15, 25-16, 25-7 home win to advance to the quarterfinals.

The Wildcats, who have reached the 5A final each of the past two tournaments, will play No. 8 South Albany — a 3-0 winner over 2019 champion Ridgeview — in the quarterfinals at 1:15 p.m. Friday at Forest Grove High School.

Addi Holcomb had four kills and 19 digs, Megan Carr added three kills and three blocks, and Abby Trautman had three kills, two blocks and 18 digs for the Eagles.

South Albany 3, Ridgeview 0

The eighth-seeded RedHawks (15-6) reached the quarterfinals for the first time since 1993 with a 25-11, 25-20, 25-22 home win over the Ravens, getting big nights from their three senior captains. 

Karsen Angel led South Albany with 10 kills, 16 digs and four aces. Brooklyn Willard added eight kills and 15 assists, Samantha Scott had 10 kills and 14 digs, and freshman middle Taylor Donaldson chipped in eight kills and seven blocks.

Bend 3, Putnam 0

Chloe LeLuge had a match-high 18 kills, eight digs and two aces, and No. 4 seed Bend (20-4) returns to the final site after placing third at the 6A tournament last year.

The Lava Bears won 25-15, 25-16, 25-12, with Olivia Cutshaw adding seven kills and a block. They’ll play Silverton in Friday’s quarterfinals.

Silverton 3, Canby 0

University of Washington commit Alexis Haury had 11 kills, 14 assists, nine digs and four aces, and Rowan Reilly added six kills for No. 5 seed Silverton (23-3) in a 25-9, 25-13, 25-19 home win.

Olivia Rosborough added six kills for the Foxes, who last advanced to the main tournament site in 2015.

Crater 3, Dallas 0

All-state setter Kate Stidham had 38 assists, 13 digs, three blocks and two aces, leading the third-seeded Comets (19-4) to their eighth consecutive win and advancing them to the final site for the first time since 2018 with a 25-17, 25-19, 25-10 home victory.

Senior Madison Kocina had a match-high 15 kills, two aces and 15 digs, while Kendra Bittle added 13 kills and two blocks. Libero Joshlyn Pope had 10 digs, and sophomore Alexa Gugliotta chipped in seven kills and three blocks.

La Salle Prep 3, Summit 0

The sixth-seeded Falcons (20-4) got big performances from their two big weapons to defeat Summit 25-22, 25-22, 25-23 and advance to the main tournament site for the third time in the past six years.

Olivia Maulding had a match-high 16 kills and five blocks, and Hailey Heytvelt added 14 kills and five blocks for La Salle Prep, which will play No. 3 Crater at 3:15 p.m. Friday in Forest Grove.

4A ROUND 1

Mazama 3, North Bend 0

Setter Alexia Lowe had 20 assists, 13 digs, six kills and two blocks, and Mazama (15-7) earned its first state playoff win since 2005, sweeping North Bend 25-14, 25-12, 25-14 in Klamath Falls to advance to the quarterfinals next weekend at Springfield High School.

“I am happy for the seniors who have been with the program the last four years,” said Vikings coach John Downey. “We played a fast-tempo match and were able to take advantage of the pace. North Bend has a great defense and was able to make some great saves, but our aggressive offense and team defense were able to give us the needed cushion.”

Ella Baley and Isabella Lowe had nine kills apiece for Mazama, and Baley added 15 digs and three aces. Libero Kaylea Rietdyk had 21 digs and three aces.

Crook County 3, Marist Catholic 0

Senior middle McKenzie Jonas had 21 kills while hitting .529 and added six digs, three blocks and five aces, and No. 8 seed Crook County (18-10) swept Marist Catholic 25-20, 25-16, 25-22 to return to the state tournament.

Setter Jacey Ramoss had 29 assists, while junior libero Jaycee Villastrigo had 25 digs and two aces.

Cascade 3, Pendleton 0

Defending champion Cascade (16-3), the No. 2 seed, got 10 kills, six blocks and five aces from Annabelle Peterson in a 25-13, 25-9, 25-12 home win to advance to the quarterfinals.

Setter Meah Carley added 20 assists and seven digs, and Jadyn Daviscourt had seven aces and 10 digs for the Cougars, who will face Henley in Friday’s quarterfinals in Springfield.

Lucretia Benolken chipped in eight kills and eight digs, and Bella Daviscourt served six of Cascade’s 25 aces.

Marshfield 3, La Grande 0

The top-seeded Pirates (21-3) earned their first playoff win since 2015, as all-state outside hitter Bridget Gould led a balanced attack in a 25-4, 25-14, 25-11 first-round home win.

Gould, who was a 5A all-state first-team selection for North Bend a year ago, had 11 kills, while Tatum Montiel added nine. Setter Ava Ainsworth had a strong all-around match with 33 assists, five kills and three aces.

Tillamook 3, Hidden Valley 0

The fourth-seeded Cheesemakers (16-4) overcame a sluggish start to roll through the final set in a 25-21, 26-24, 25-11 home win to advance to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2018.

“I think we were worried more about what we can’t do rather than what we can do,” said coach LaVonne Stein-Rawe. “We regrouped, set a new goal and finished solid.”

Other first-round winners Saturday were Baker (3-0 over Philomath), The Dalles (3-0 over Scappoose) and Henley (3-0 over Sweet Home). 

3A ROUND 2

Burns 3, Corbett 0

The Hilanders (28-3) entered the playoffs as the No. 6 seed, but the defending state champions showed they won’t be an easy out with a 25-11, 25-11, 25-10 home win.

Akylah Kaino led Burns with 14 kills, while Mackenzie King had six kills, five aces and 10 digs. Macy Temple added six aces and seven digs, Reese Rothwell served five aces, and setter Ashley Wright had 24 assists and two aces.

Sisters 3, Westside Christian 0

Holly Davis had serving runs of five or more points in each of her rotations, helping top seed Sisters (24-4) reach the quarterfinals with a 25-17, 25-21, 25-23 home win.

The Outlaws, who reached the 4A final last year before dropping to 3A for this classification cycle, had five unforced errors in the third set to allow the Eagles to get within 24-23 before all-state outside hitter Gracie Vohs ended the match with her 15th kill.

Vohs also had eight digs, while Kathryn Scholl added 10 kills and four blocks.

St. Mary’s (Medford) 3, Scio 0

It had been 12 years since St. Mary’s (Medford) last advanced to the final eight of the state tournament, but the No. 8 Crusaders (19-5) got 16 kills and three blocks from Kelsey Dunn, while Emma Johnston added 12 kills and freshman Ada Bernard had six to lead them to a three-set sweep.

Setter Kaitlyn Hansen handed out 39 assists, and libero Albie Borovansky had a match-high 15 digs, served 13 for 13 and received 26 serves with a 2.12 average.

“We struggled to gain consistent momentum in the first set,” coach Katie Miller said. “But in set three, we played consistently and pushed to finish the match.”

Santiam Christian 3, Banks 2

Elise Linderman led a balanced attack with 14 kills and 11 digs, and Maddie Fields added 13 kills, eight digs and three blocks as No. 3 Santiam Christian (22-3) survived a scare from Banks for a 19-25, 25-13, 25-18, 17-25, 15-10 home victory.

Joya Euhus had 11 kills and seven digs for the Eagles, while Ashlynn Davis handed out 30 assists and Tayla Yost had five aces and four blocks.

“It was a great battle, and I’m looking forward to us getting even stronger because of tonight’s match,” coach Kelli Fitzpatrick said. “We struggled with our first ball touches and executing our defensive adjustments. Because of that, we made it a lot harder on ourselves. Banks also did a great job covering the court and make it hard for our hitters to put the ball down.”

Valley Catholic 3, Yamhill-Carlton 0

Setter Katiya Arellano directed a balanced Valley Catholic attack with 18 assists and six digs, and the fifth-seeded Valiants (19-6) extended their run of final-site appearances to 16 in a row with a 25-8, 25-11, 25-15 home win.

The last time Valley Catholic failed to advance to the quarterfinals was 2006.

Libero Sophia Rewers (14 digs, 2.5 passing) and Frances Eisenhardt (six aces, five digs, 2.6 passing) led the defense, while Abby Berndt had a team-high eight kills and Addie Emerson added seven kills and five aces. 

Creswell 3, Coquille 1

Lizabelle Osborn had 17 kills and 14 digs, and Kimberlee Kelsey added 38 assists and three blocks as No. 7 Creswell (18-6) rebounded from dropping the first set to defeat Coquille 23-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-20 and advance to the final site for the fourth consecutive season.

Samairah Quinones had 10 digs and nine kills for the Bulldogs, while Kendyl Whitson added eight kills and two blocks, Ashelyn Sharkey had 11 digs and Laura Bailey was 24 for 24 serving with two aces. 

Horizon Christian 3, Cascade Christian 2

Outsides Reagan Anderson and Sadie Eisert and middle blocker Emily Miller came alive for Horizon Christian in the third set, allowing the fourth-seeded Hawks (20-4) to rally from a 2-0 deficit and oust Cascade Christian 22-25, 19-25, 25-20, 25-22, 15-11 in Tualatin. 

The Hawks advanced to the quarterfinals for a fifth consecutive season, including the COVID tournament.

“Our setter, Sam McDonald, was calm, cool and collected, and with her leadership, she gave assists with soft hands and spot perfection, and the hitters were loving it,” coach Jay Lazaro said. 

Siuslaw 3, Pleasant Hill 2

No. 15 Siuslaw (14-11) won a back-and-forth match with second-seeded Pleasant Hill (19-3), 25-22, 20-25, 25-15, 18-25, 15-12, to reach the quarterfinals for the second consecutive season. 

2A ROUND 1

Willamina 3, Weston-McEwen 2

The eighth-seeded Bulldogs (14-10) advanced to the final tournament site for the first time since 2011 with a 21-25, 25-20, 25-18, 25-27, 15-8 home win as Hallee Hughes had 34 kills, 13 digs, four blocks and two aces, and Alyssa Carpenter handed out 41 assists with 13 digs.

“Seniors Hallee Hughes, Brooklyn Bailey (12 kills, 10 digs, nine blocks) and Alyssa Carpenter led the charge, as they have been working since June on the volleyball court to make this goal of returning to the state tournament,” said Willamina coach Heather Hughes.

Madison Oelhafen added six kills and three blocks, and Sylvie Berry was 22 for 22 serving with an ace for the Bulldogs.

Addie Perkins had a strong all-around match for the TigerScots (15-12) with 15 digs, 14 assists, six blocks and 17-for-17 serving with three aces. Genna Robinson added 14 kills and 12 blocks for Weston-McEwen.

Kylie Thornton had 17 assists and 11 digs and was 16 for 16 serving with two aces, Delaynee Angell had eight aces, and Lily Lindsey added 13 digs and 11 kills for the TigerScots.

Salem Academy 3, Knappa 0

The Crusaders (23-5), the defending champion and top seed, got solid performances from all-state middle blocker Aly Herber (16 kills, seven digs, two blocks) and freshman outside hitter Emma Brewer (15 kills, seven digs) in a 25-17, 25-7, 25-9 first-round home win.

Setters Lexi Herber and Hailey Krieger combined for 37 assists and 24 digs for Salem Academy, which overcame a slow start to pull away and reach the main tournament site for the fifth consecutive season. 

Gaston 3, Heppner 0

Libero Cayden Henderson had 25 digs and 10 serve receive passes and was 10 for 10 serving with two aces, and third-seeded Gaston (20-3) overcame a slow start to defeat Heppner 26-24, 25-11, 25-13. 

“We hadn’t adjusted to the pressure during the first set, but after we clutched the win, we settled in,” coach Charity Hall said. “Rhys Niederberger went on an 8-0 serving run in the second set, and that was what we needed to set the pace for the rest of the game.” 

Setter Lexi Fern had 25 assists, six digs, two kills and four aces on 13-for-13 serving for the Greyhounds, who finished second to Salem Academy last fall. Sofie Fox added 12 digs, five kills, two blocks, two aces and 13 serve receive passes.

Stanfield 3, Nestucca 0

For the first time since 1990, the bracket at the 2A state tournament will include Stanfield after the sixth-seeded Tigers (16-8) knocked off Nestucca 25-19, 25-15, 25-22 at home for their first state playoff victory. 

Zuri Reeser led Stanfield with 15 kills, eight digs, nine assists and five aces. Mazie Reeser added seven kills, 10 digs and two blocks, and Kylee Jackson had seven kills and 16 digs. 

Monroe 3, Portland Christian 0

Bella Gamache had another impressive performance for the second-seeded Bobcats (25-4) with 22 kills and nine digs, and Sarah Thompson added 11 digs, nine assists and six aces in their 25-17, 25-16, 25-20 home win to advance to the final site for a second consecutive year.

Lainie Bateman had a match-high 17 assists and eight digs for Monroe, which placed third at state a year ago, and Hannah Hicks had six kills.

Oakland 3, Grant Union 1

Tia Picknell had nine kills, 16 digs and six blocks, and the 13th-seeded Oakers (16-10) knocked off Blue Mountain champion Grant Union 25-21, 25-21, 19-25, 25-17 to advance to the final site for the first time since 2009. 

Other first-round winners Saturday were Culver (3-2 over Lowell) and Oakridge (3-0 over Gervais). 

1A ROUND 2

North Clackamas Christian 3, Adrian 0

Kali Dransfeldt had 11 kills, five aces and four blocks, and the fourth-seeded Saints (29-5) advanced to the final tournament site for the first time since 2004 with a 25-22, 25-8, 25-11 second-round home win.

North Clackamas Christian reached the quarterfinals last fall before losing to Crane at home.

Makayla Ferguson added seven kills and two blocks for the Saints, who erased a 19-15 first-set deficit. 

St. Paul 3, Central Christian 0 

No. 3 St. Paul (26-5) got 20 assists from setter Gracie Koch and five aces apiece from Stella Koch and Anabelle Davidson in a 25-5, 25-23, 25-19 second-round home win to advance to the final site for the fourth consecutive season. 

Meredith Coleman also served four aces for the Buckaroos, who won state titles in 2018-19 and were runners-up last fall. 

Damascus Christian 3, Days Creek 0

Sierra Hale had seven kills and five aces, Abigail Huspek added five digs and four aces, and top seed Damascus Christian (33-0) reached the quarterfinals for the third consecutive season with a 25-10, 25-10, 25-9 victory.

“It was a loud and fun atmosphere for our seniors’ final home game,” said Eagles coach Emily Russau.

Julia Mitchell had seven kills for Damascus Christian, which placed fourth in 2019 and third last fall. 

North Douglas 3, Prairie City 0 

The defending champion and seventh-seeded Warriors (23-10) advanced with a 25-12, 25-6, 25-11 second-round home win. Makayla Murphy had nine kills, 13 assists, nine aces and five digs for the Skyline League champion, while Brooklyn Williams had seven kills, 10 assists, seven digs and two aces.

Umpqua Valley Christian 3, Open Door Christian 2

Zoey Pappas had 21 kills, 15 assists and 26 digs, Amy Pappas added 17 kills, 16 assists and 17 digs, and No. 8 seed Umpqua Valley Christian (17-4) erased a 2-1 deficit to advance with a 14-25, 25-22, 22-25, 25-15, 16-14 victory.

Other second-round winners Saturday were Powder Valley (3-1 over South Wasco County), Crane (3-1 over Echo) and Rogue Valley Adventist (3-0 over Joseph).

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