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By Andrew Christiansen

Lady Timberwolves breeze through east side teams in opening volleyball matches


Andrew Christiansen

HARD TO HIT AROUND: Kirstin Twohy presents a formidible defense at the net for Goldendale. The senior middle hitter had 11 kills and three blocks against Ki-Be.

Goldendale opened their volleyball home season in a high energy, coordinated fashion as they rolled over Kiona-Benton in straight sets 25-22, 25-20, 25-15. It wasn't a night of big hits as much as it was a night of good defense and well-placed balls. In fact there were probably more big shots in the junior varsity match where the young Timberwolves had it going off great sets that allowed Abby Mains to fire away.

Goldendale's tandem setters of Sierra Lamping and Sierra Plum worked well putting up 14 and 15 assists, respectively. The duo were smart in scattering hitting opportunities leading to 11 kills for Kirstin Twohy, eight for Ocean Bryan, four for Leah Lewis and a pair each for Kathr...

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