Basin roundup: Big Bend volleyball falls in four to Treasure Valley

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MOSES LAKE — Big Bend was unable to start a win streak and lost to Treasure Valley in four sets 25-18, 25-21, 24-26, 25-17.

Big Bend rallied from a 21-19 deficit in the third set and eventually won on a kill by Sadie Nielsen.

Big Bend hosts North Idaho Sept. 26 at 6 p.m.

Prep volleyball

Ellensburg 3, Othello 0

OTHELLO — Othello could not recover from a tentative first set and was swept by Ellensburg 25-13, 25-23, 25-22.

It was the first match of league play for both teams.

Alyssa Hawley paced Othello with seven kills. Clarissa Martinez had five aces and Macy Hampton added seven assists.

Alyssa Freeman chipped in four kills.

Next up for Othello is a key CWAC match against Ephrata. The match is in Ephrata, 7 p.m., on Sept. 25.

Liberty 3, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 0

RITZVILLE — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague was swept by visiting Liberty 25-18, 25-17, 25-16.

Eliza Galbreath had 12 kills and Lacey Miller had 19 assists to lead the Broncos.

Other Basin scores

Lake Roosevelt 3, Soap Lake 0

Wahluke 3, River View 2

Quincy 3, Grandview 0

West Valley 3, Moses Lake 0

Cross country

CWAC meet at East Valley

Boys: 1. Toppenish 41, 2. Grandview 44, 3. Quincy 61, 4. East Valley 66

Winner: Haiden Drury, Toppenish, 17:35.

Top locals: 3, Gonzalo Birrueta, 18:15.

Girls: 1. East Valley 22, 2. Grandview 37

Winner: Natalie Andreas, East Valley, 20:50.

Top locals: 2, Bryn Heikes, Quincy, 21:08.

CWAC meet at Ephrata

Boys: 1, Selah, 2. Ephrata 57, 3. Othello 64

Winner: Shea Mattson, Selah, 16:45.46.

Top locals: 4, David Maldonado, Othello, 17:46.80.; 7, Kolby Tune, Ephrata, 18:07.36.

Girls: 1. Selah 15, 2. Ephrata 48, 3. Othello 84.

Winner: Kaylea Hartman, Selah, 20:23.44.

Top locals: 7, Adrianna Redstar, Ephrata, 22:39.05; 14, Alexis Grace Monday, Othello, 25:41.63.

Girls swim and dive

Moses Lake 125, West Valley 60

Moses Lake 116, Sunnyside 51

Girls soccer

Selah 3, Ephrata 2

— Staff report

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