Peninsula volleyball squads begin Anchorage trip

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  • Thursday, September 11, 2014 11:45pm
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Seward held on to beat the Hawks 3-1 Thursday evening at Houston with game scores of 25-13, 25-13, 19-25 and 25-16, and improved to 2-1 in the Southcentral Conference with the win.

Seahawks coach Jamie Frederickson said Carri Anderson led with nine kills.

“I think they really found something within them, they’ve been working hard all week,” Frederickson said. “They just went out and played hard, hit hard and talked. That’s what won us the game.”

ACS 3, Nikiski 1

Anchorage Christian Schools turned the tables on Nikiski with a 3-1 win Thursday night in Anchorage, avenging a identical 3-1 loss to the Bulldogs earlier in the season in Nikiski.

Nikiski dropped to 1-2 overall, excluding tournament play. Game scores were not available when the Clarion went to press.

Grace 3, Homer 0

The Mariners were swept by Grace Christian Thursday night in Anchorage, with scores of 25-13, 25-17 and 25-13.

Larsen Fellows led Homer with six kills and two aces. McKi Needham added nine assists and two solo blocks, and Izabelle Hagge had six digs.

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