Jacqui Uecker collected 12 kills, seven digs, two aces and a block to help Ripon ward off Riverbank 25-12, 10-25, 25-12, 25-16 in a Trans-Valley League volleyball match on Monday.
The Indians evened their league record at 1-1 and are now 11-5 overall.
“Jacqui had a very well-rounded night,” Ripon coach Adrienne Beltrami said. “I am extremely proud of her smart play when needed and her aggressive attack when the time was right. She showed a ton of course sense and maturity tonight.”
Breana Barrios, a 6-foot-1 middle, aided the cause with six kills and four blocks. Sam McCreath racked up seven aces, setter Lauren Weibe handed out 30 assists to go with 15 digs, and Emily O’Brien accumulated 21 digs.
Ripon next hosts traditional rival Escalon (2-0, 14-6) on Wednesday.
Kimball 224, Sierra 228
At Old River Golf Course in Tracy, host Kimball (6-3 Valley Oak League) was able to pull off a mild upset behind Maya Crooms’ 2-over-par 38.
Sierra (8-2) was paced by Kayla Wilson’s second-place score of 42. Krystal Rayevich (45) McKenna Doyle (47), Legacy Barnes (47) and Arlena Gavino (47) accounted for the rest of the Timberwolves’ score.
East Union 246, Manteca 289
At Manteca Park Golf Course, Brooke Riley finished even-par 37 as the Lancers remain undefeated.
East Union freshman Natalie Cowan took second with a 46, and Manteca’s Katie Hankins was third with a 48. Rebeca Leonard (51), Chloe Cardenas (52) and Allie Tajii (57) also scored for East Union. Logan Jackson added a 55 for the Buffaloes.
W. Ranch 5, East Union 4
The visiting Cougars picked up their second win of the VOL season thanks to their second doubles team of Iaskirat Kaur and Alyssa Ryan, who squeaked out a 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 win for the clinching point.
Weston Ranch also got a win from the top pair of Mary and April Vang (7-6, 6-0), No. 1 singles player Kazoua Vang (6-1, 6-1), No. 2 Preet Kaur (6-1, 6-0) and No. 5 Teresa Haley (6-3, 6-3).
Notching team points for East Union (5-6) were No. 3 singles Jenna Zuniga (6-1, 6-2), No. 4 Deanna Baker (6-2, 6-2), No. 6 Alexis Phillips (6-2, forfeit) and No. 3 doubles Matharin Lee and Natalie Karim (6-0, 6-4).