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Tuesday's roundup: Manitou Springs, Lewis-Palmer continue hot streaks in volleyball
Highlights from Wednesday’s high school sports action in the Pikes Peak region:
Manitou Springs def. Woodland Park 24-26, 25-13, 25-23, 25-10
At Manitou Springs: Manitou Springs (13-5) extended its winning streak to six matches behind Katie McKiel’s 14 kills and Meghan McGee’s 38 assists.
Woodland Park (8-10) won the first set, but could not keep up with a Manitou team that blew them out in 2 of the next 3 sets.
Lewis-Palmer def. Ponderosa 25-14, 25-11, 25-19
At Lewis-Palmer: Lewis-Palmer (16-3) has not lost in more than a month and cruised to an easy victory over Ponderosa (8-10).
Lewis-Palmers’ Alexa Smith led the way 14 digs, and her 15 kills extend her season total to a 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference-best 332.
Peyton def. CIVA Charter 25-17, 25-15, 25-10
At Peyton: A balanced Peyton attack (14-6) dismantled CIVA Charter (2-20), which saw its long season come to an end.
Peyton had three players with at least three digs and three assists, and was never really challenged.
Shelby Patterson had seven kills, while Victoria Goodman led with nine assists. Peyton snapped a two-game losing skid with the win.
Palmer def. Sand Creek 25-23, 26-24, 25-16
At Sand Creek: Palmer (10-12) barely held off Sand Creek (3-15) until the third set, the Terrors finally put them away.
Sand Creek, 13-9 last season, has lost nine consecutive matches. Sophomore Allie Ellis was a bright spot for the Scorpions with 21 digs.