Petaluma volleyball season began in the perfect start. Not only have the Lady Trojans won the first three games, they did not lose a set.
Petaluma opened by winning 3-0 at Santa Rosa and Paula Clarey had killed 10 and Amy Swanson added six. Fischer was put Lauren made 11 digs and 17 assists.
Clarey came with 12 kills and 13 in digs 25-16 from 0.25 to 16 0.25 to 13 win at Montgomery.
He added, Michelle McClure kills 10, while Fisher was 16 assists and digs 12.
Petaluma continued to roll 25-15 with 0.25 to 17 win 25-15, over San Marin.
Clarey was killed 16 and Fisher 17 assists in that game.
Petaluma hosts Tamalpais Friday, September 9 before the beginning of the Sonoma County League play on Tuesday, September 13 in Healdsburg.
SV wins and one difficult
The team showed St. Vincent volleyball can win in these difficult as well as that fact is not difficult in the past week.
Was difficult for Ms. bulwark against Middletown, where they worked hard to win four set, 25-19, 24-26, 25-18, 25-21.
Led by senior Kayla St. Vincent Marshall with 12 kills, while Emma was 11 Conlon and the six student Brooke Montgomery.
Montgomery served eight aces and made fly 16 defensive digs. The senior Dria Pomilia 15 digs.
Things were less stressful for the antibody St. Vincent Elsie Allen. Our Lady of the fort also won in straight sets from 0.25 to 10 0.25 to 11 0.25 to 13.
The Conlon seven kills six in Montgomery and win, with Montgomery also coming with 10 digs. The colon eight digs and the work of four aces.
St. Vincent plays in Cloverdale on Thursday, September 8 and then play in the championship both as a high school in Bethel Jesse Saturday Vallejo, September 10. Our Lady of the fort match "home next Tuesday, September 13 against the Anderson Valley.