Junior middle blocker Verinca Travers’ coming out party ended up being a block party. She recorded six blocks and six assists in Rocky Mountain’s 3-0 volleyball win Thursday at Boulder.
The Lobos won their fourth consecutive match to improve to 9-6 overall, 6-1 Front Range League.
FORT COLLINS 3, MOUNTAIN RANGE 0 — Fort Collins High School won its third consecutive match, sweeping Mountain Range 25-14, 25-15, 25-15.
Senior Kelsey Sultzman lead the Lambkins with 13 kills and two blocks. Junior Rachel Carlson registered three kills, one block and 10 digs.
POUDRE 3, FAIRVEW 0 — Senior Kaylee Zimlich had 14 kills to lead Poudre to a sweep of Fairview.
The Impalas’ defense improved as the match went on, allowing 23 points in the first set followed by 19 and 16 in the second and third, respectively.
RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN 3, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 0 — Heritage Christian lost for the second time in three games after a five-match winning streak earlier this season.
LIBERTY COMMON 3, DAYSPRING CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 1 — Maria Lanciotti had a double-double with 26 kills and 12 assists in a powerful all-around effort leading Liberty over Dayspring.
FOSSIL RIDGE 4, HORIZON 0 —The SaberCats scored in the first 12 seconds of the match and held the lions share of the possession for the rest of the game.
DENVER CHRISTIAN 3, LIBERTY COMMON 2 — Brothers Brad Knab and Rob Knab each scored for the Eagles in the loss.
FOSSIL RIDGE 5, POUDRE 3 — Fossil Ridge scored four runs in the first inning courtesy of a 3-run home run by freshman Haley Donaldson and capitalized on two Poudre errors to pick up the win.
MILE HIGH LEAGUE MEET — Though the Liberty Common School cross country team placed fifth out of seven schools at the Mile High League meet, several strong individual performances helped lift their spirits.
Sophomore Joe Carraway placed second with a time of 18:24 while fellow sophomore Will Werst finished in seventh, clocking in at 19:05.
FRONT RANGE MEET — Rocky Mountain’s Keri Peel and Lauren Glover led a dominant effort by the Lobos, both placing either first or second in every event.