Truckee volleyball: Wolverines sweep past Greenwave |

Truckee volleyball: Wolverines sweep past Greenwave

Truckee junior Maia Dvoracek goes for a kill during the Wolverines' league win at Fallon on Friday.
Steve Ranson / Lahontan Valley News |

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Truckee is scheduled to host Spring Creek (2-7) on Friday at 6 p.m. and Elko (2-8) on Saturday at noon.

The Truckee volleyball team improved to 10-0 in Northern Division I-A play with a win in straight sets, 25-14, 25-19, 25-23, at Fallon on Friday.

Truckee coach Erika Murphy said the Wolverines were a little banged up and not as sharp as usual, likely due to the previous night’s Powder Puff football game between the juniors and seniors. Senior Anais Fay played — and played well — despite a dislocated right ring finger.

“Needless to say, these are some tough young ladies,” Murphy said.

Senior Katie Fisher, who was named homecoming queen the following day, posted nine kills, while Maia Dvoracek tallied seven kills, five service aces and 18 assists, and Fay had seven kills and 11 digs.

Maddie Haley finished with four kills and Maddie Bromley had three, Tatum Kula had two aces, and Jordan Brown had 11 assists. Dvoracek, Fisher and Kula each had a block.

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