Soldotna volleyball beats Seward to stay perfect

The Soldotna volleyball team notched a nonconference victory over Seward on Friday in Soldotna.


The Stars improved to 4-0 overall with a 25-23, 25-18 and 25-17 victory over the Seahawks.

In an email, Soldotna coach Bruce King called the triumph a solid win over a good-digging team.

"Kylee Woodford and Kaycee Munn passed well, allowing our setters to work the middles," King wrote. "As a result, Kaillee Skjold and Sydney Goggia logged 10 and 7 kills respectively and hit a combined .438."

Munn also added six kills. Kylee Woodford had 19 digs, while Natalie Kress added 10. Heidi Westerman totaled 15 assists, while Julie Litchfield added 13.

The Stars put their perfect record on the line Saturday at home, when they face Grace Christian, the Class 3A state champion last year.



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