BISMARCK — The Bismarck Lady Indians were recipients of power attacks in their 25-11, 25-17 win by Brooke Taylor with nine kills and Harley Cadwell with six with Balee Lorenz making 19 assists. Cadwell also made eight digs and served 10 points, and Megan Bishop had two kills and five digs.
Abby St. Clair made five kills, and Candis Kirby had five digs and five assists for Arcadia Valley.
With the win, Bismarck (24-3 and 9-0 MAAA) takes a one -game lead over Valle with one game to go which the two will play next on Tuesday at Valle. Arcadia Valley (5-13-4) is now 2-6 in the conference and will travel to Potosi on Monday.
Valle 2, Kingston 0
CADET — The Valle Lady Warriors kept their title hopes alive on Thursday with a 25-8, 25-22 win over the Kingston Lady Cougars. Alli Dalton made good on eight kill attempts for Valle, and she also had two blocks.
Hannah Kuenzel and Natalie Grass had 11 digs each, and Maria Herzog stayed at the line to serve 18 points with six going for aces.
Jacie Missey Had two kills for the Lady Cougars with one block and Lacey Pashia also had two kills with a block. Kelsey Nelson made four assists for Kingston.
Potosi 2, North County 0
BONNE TERRE — The Potosi volleyball team completed a stretch of four games in four nights on Thursday with a 25-23, 25-15 victory at North County, notching its first conference win in the process.
Melinda Bust paced Potosi (10-9-1) on defense with eight digs, and also knocked down seven kills in the victory. Ashley Thompson posted team highs with nine kills and eight service points.
Lindsay Harmon made four blocks and libero Jennifer Pinson had six digs for the Lady Trojans. Jordan Harbison dished out 21 assists and added four kills.
Ste. Genevieve 2, Central 0
STE. GENEVIEVE — The Ste. Genevieve Hunters kept their undefeated in conference season intact with a 25-14, 25-17 win over Central on Thursday. Anna Sedgwick led the Hunter attack with seven kills and four stuff blocks, and Liz Huck made six kils and two stuff blocks.
Emily Schwent served seven points with three going for aces. Kristen Faulkner led in assists with nine, and Sarah Steagall made seven.
Jaycee Haus made five kills for Central. Alicia Sebastian had eight digs, and Danielle Hughes and Tori Boyer made seven digs each.
Ste. Genevieve is currently 14-9 and 3-0 MAAA and will host cross-town rival Valle on Monday. Central (12-9-2) will travel to Perryville on Monday.