• Ashland boys, girls triumph in water polo

  • ALBANY — The Ashland boys water polo team raised its record to 19-1 at the Albany Tournament with victories over South Salem, 10-2, and Sprague of Salem, 13-4, Friday.
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  • ALBANY — The Ashland boys water polo team raised its record to 19-1 at the Albany Tournament with victories over South Salem, 10-2, and Sprague of Salem, 13-4, Friday.
    Meanwhile, the Grizzly girls downed Sprague, 11-1, improving to 11-2.
    For the boys against South Salem, Forrest Kollar had three goals and James Compeau two. Goalie Miles Furuichi had seven blocks.
    Against Sprague, Kollar had four goals, Taos Cardarette-Stewart three and Adam Good two. Furuichi made six saves and Tobias Cains four.
    Ashland's girls got four scores from Emma Frantz, three goals, two assists and a steal from Ada Lawson and two goals and five steals from Molly Cochrane. Halie Haynes made seven saves in goal.
    HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 3, BUTTE FALLS 0 — At Butte Falls, Butte Falls led 12-8 in Game 1 before Hosanna Christian stormed back in the MVL contest, 25-22, 25-14, 25-16.
    Mariah Moore had 11 kills and made 12 perfect passes off serve-receive for the Loggers (8-7, 7-4 MVL).
    Hosanna is 16-1 and 11-0.
    PROSPECT 3, NORTH LAKE 2 — At Silver Lake, Heather Lass had a monster day, amassing 15 kills, 20 assists and 17 digs while going 24-for-25 at the service stripe to help Prospect (12-2, 9-2 MVL) prevail, 26-28, 17-25, 25-16, 29-27, 15-9.
    Also for Prospect, Morgan Thompson had 12 kills and 16 digs, Jessica VanWormer 17 assists and Alee Pinkerton was 20-for-21 serving.
    North Lake fell to 6-7 and 5-6.
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