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Timberwolves sweep past Weston Ranch
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­Sierra High made quick work of the Weston Ranch Cougars, disposing the squad in three straight for the fourth consecutive Valley Oak League win.

The Timberwolves (6-3 VOL, 11-4 overall) did not go lightly on the struggling Weston Ranch program, winning 25-6, 25-11 and 25-16 in the home contest.
Modesty Rodriguez continued her impressive play for Sierra, pacing the club with 27 assists, 11 digs, 23 service points, and nine aces.

“Modesty had a great game,” Sierra head coach Tevani Liotard said. “She did a little bit of everything for us (tonight).”

Rodriguez opened the game by serving Sierra’s first 11 points with four aces, following suite in game two by serving the team’s closing nine points with five aces.

Chelsea Bereta had a solid performance, dishing out nine service points (two aces), digging out 11 balls and smashing home three kills. Jasolynn Liotard chipped in 13 kills, three blocks and five digs, while teammate Alysia Atkins helped control the net with 12 kills and four blocks. Atkins also dished out 12 service points, complete with four aces.

Weston Ranch was led by Anais Castillo’s seven assists, Laura Ramos’ two aces and two kills and DeArbia Gardner’s seven digs.

Sierra will face its strongest challenge in recent weeks when they travel to Sonora to take on the Wildcats Wednesday.

East Union 3, Lathrop 0
East Union had to fend off an up-and-coming Lathrop program 25-10, 25-21 and 25-15 for its most recent valley Oak League win.

“The girls played excellent volleyball (tonight),” Lancer head coach Eryn Bowers said. “Their passes were terrific which led to great sets and the hitters were able to put the ball away.

“Our girls were really moving and wanting the ball out there (tonight).”

Lexy Posz turned in a game-high seven kills, while teammate Taylor Maruca handed out 11 assists. Carmen Haro chipped in eight assists and Haley Hoffandahl finished with six kills and three blocks at the net for the Lancers.