Northridge 6, Severance 0, in Greeley: Northridge wrapped up its sturdy regular season in impressive trend, taking a 2-0 lead at halftime earlier than scoring 4 unanswered objectives within the second half. Sophomores Justus Alcala and Juan Beltran had two objectives apiece. Junior Usai Abdullah and senior Alejandro Zarate every had a objective. Beltran and senior Isael Nunez had one help every. Junior goalkeeper Noah Harkless had 5 saves for Northridge. Sophomore goalkeeper Patrick Maxwell had 9 saves for Severance. The Grizzlies wrap up their regular season at 8-2 general, 7-2 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play. The Silver Knights fell to 3-7, 3-6 to finish the regular season.
Frontier Academy 9, Valley 0, in Gilcrest: Playing Valley for the second day in a row, Frontier Academy dominated in all sides to enhance to 7-2 general, 6-1 in 3A Patriot League play. The Vikings fell to 2-5, 2-4.
Beth Eden Baptist 3, Union Colony 1, in Greeley: Union Colony fell behind 2-0 within the first half and will by no means absolutely get better. The Timberwolves dropped to 1-5 general.
Eaton 3, Frontier Academy 0, in Eaton: Eaton recorded one other dominant 3A Patriot League win, 25-10, 25-9, 25-16. Senior Sydney Leffler had 9 kills. Senior Jisell Chumacero and sophomore Rylee Martin every had three blocks. Martin additionally had 13 assists. Senior Delaney Ochsner recorded 15 digs. The Reds improved to 8-0 general, 6-0 in 3A Patriot League play. Frontier Academy fell to 6-4, 4-3.
Highland 3, Union Colony 0, in Ault: Highland snapped Union Colony’s seven-game win streak, 25-15, 25-20, 25-16. Senior Alexus Rigg paced the Huskies with 13 kills. Rigg and fellow senior Sierra Staab had 4 blocks apiece. Junior Taryn Winter had 22 assists, and senior Billie Sittner had 10 digs. Highland improved to 7-3 general, 6-3 in 3A/2A/1A Mile High League play. The Timberwolves fell to 8-2, 7-2.
Windsor 3, Centaurus 0, in Lafayette: Windsor improved to 7-0 general, 5-0 in 5A/4A Northern Colorado Athletics Conference play with its sixth sweep of the season. The Wizards are up to 3rd within the newest CHSAANow.com 4A statewide rankings.
University 3, Yuma 0, in Yuma: University performed in a uncommon nonleague match and walked away with a dominant sweep. Senior Kylie Williams and junior Aesha Alrashed every had eight kills. Alrashed additionally had six blocks. Junior Logan Conlin served up six aces to go together with 17 assists. Senior Caitlin Harr added 20 digs. The Bulldogs improved to 8-2.
Platte Valley 3, Liberty Common 1, in Kersey: Platte Valley gained its second consecutive match on the heels of a current four-game shedding streak. The Broncos improved to 4-5 general, 3-4 in 3A Patriot League play with the 12-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-11 win. Sophomore Andi Schissler had 12 kills, two blocks and 5 aces for Platte Valley. Junior Cora Schissler added 25 assists, 15 digs and 4 aces.
Briggsdale 3, Lone Star 0, in Briggsdale: Briggsdale competed in a nonleague match and walked away with a 25-13, 25-17, 25-8 win. Junior Kylie Krise had 9 kills. Fellow junior Courtney Krise had three aces and 29 assists. Junior Emily Johnson added six blocks. Senior Shelby Johnson had 21 digs. The Falcons improved to 7-3.
Valley 3, Brush 0, in Brush: Valley gained, decisively, by set scores of 25-12, 25-20, 25-13. Junior Aubree Hernandez, junior Hallee Sherman and senior Makayla Kissler every had six kills for the Vikings. Hernandez additionally had seven aces. Sherman had three blocks. Junior Desi Mendez added 17 digs, and sophomore Taeya Jimenez chipped in 25 assists. Valley improved to 4-3 general, 3-3 in 3A Patriot League play.
Roosevelt 3, Mountain View 1, in Loveland: Roosevelt gained by set scores of 23-25, 25-13, 26-24, 26-24. Sophomore Avery Schneider recorded 12 kills to led the best way for the Rough Riders within the tightly-contested match. Senior Olivia Linnebur had 9 blocks. Sophomore Kwincy Baughman chipped in 10 digs, and senior Enyssa Hays had 20 assists. Roosevelt improved to 2-4 general, 2-3 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play.
Resurrection Christian 3, Strasburg 0, in Loveland: Resurrection Christian managed the match, successful 25-12, 25-7, 25-7. The Cougars improved to 6-3 general, 6-2 in 3A Patriot League play.
Weld Central 3, Aurora Central 0, in Keenesburg: Weld Central by no means let Aurora Central construct any momentum, successful 25-14, 25-7, 25-20. Senior Hailey Jones led the best way with eight kills and eight digs. Sophomore Peyton Witzel had six aces and three blocks. Senior Paige Morgan recorded 9 assists. The Rebels improved to 7-2 general, 5-1 in 4A/3A Colorado League play.
Heritage Christian 3, Dayspring Christian 1, in Fort Collins: Dayspring misplaced for the primary time this season, falling to 8-1 general, 8-1 in 3A/2A/1A Mile High League play. Junior Tabor Flanagan led Dayspring with 9 kills and 4 blocks. Fellow junior Madison Meissinger had 4 aces. Junior Corrin Sides added 19 digs, and junior Karrin Chandler recorded 11 assists. Dayspring entered the match ranked sixth in 2A by CHSAANow.com, whereas Heritage Christian is eleventh.
Erie 3, Greeley West 0, in Greeley: Greeley West dropped three tightly-contested units, 25-22, 25-23, 25-23. The Spartans fell to 3-5 general, 3-4 in 5A/4A Northern Colorado Athletics Conference play.
Frederick 3, Northridge 0, in Greeley: Northridge dropped its third consecutive match to fall to 1-7 general, 1-6 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play.
Fort Morgan 3, Severance 0, in Fort Morgan: Severance fell by set scores of 25-11, 25-19, 25-9. Junior Morgan Green led the Silver Knights with 5 kills and eight blocks. Sophomore Elena Atkinson had two aces and 14 assists, whereas junior Madison Barratt document 15 digs. The Silver Knights fell to 1-7 general, 1-6 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play.
Haxtun 3, Prairie 0, in Haxtun: Though it improved with every set, Prairie was unable to achieve 15 factors in any set, falling 25-6, 25-10, 25-13. The Mustangs fell to 0-7 with the nonleague loss.
Bobby Fernandez covers highschool sports activities for the Greeley Tribune. Reach him at (970) 392-4478, by electronic mail at [email protected] or on Twitter @BobbyDFernandez.