The Warrenton volleyball team scored an easy three-game sweep Monday night at Clatskanie and improved to 2-0 in league play in the process.
After losing seven of their previous eight matches, the defending Coastal Range League champions are right back atop the league standings, following a 25-17, 25-15, 25-14 sweep over the Tigers.
“Our serving was much improved over the Taft game,” said Warrenton coach Staci Miethe, as Warrenton served at an 88% clip, with 23 aces.
Nora Pastor led the Warriors by hitting 19-of-19 serves with nine aces, followed by Avyree Miethe (12-for-12, three aces).
Leah Schiewe led the offensive attack, connecting on 14-of-17 hits with seven kills, while Miethe was 15-for-16 with six kills.
“Melia (Kapua) and Nora combined for half of the total team digs and passed 10-for-12 and 10-for-11, respectively,” said coach Miethe.
The Warriors hosted Willamina Wednesday, “for what I think could be the first step in one of us clinching the league title,” she said.