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TD volleyball splits two matches to end league

Hawks sweep Redmond on senior night Tuesday

The Dalles volleyball players, from left to right, Hannah Wallis, Caitlyn Gentry and Jaeden Biehn  combined for 12 digs to help lead the Riverhawks to a three-game sweep over Redmond in varsity action on senior night at Kurtz Gym. Thursday in Hood River, the Hawks ended up losing in four games.

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The Dalles volleyball players, from left to right, Hannah Wallis, Caitlyn Gentry and Jaeden Biehn combined for 12 digs to help lead the Riverhawks to a three-game sweep over Redmond in varsity action on senior night at Kurtz Gym. Thursday in Hood River, the Hawks ended up losing in four games.



Coming off a three-game sweep versus Redmond, The Dalles volleyball team wrapped up league play with a four-game road loss against Hood River Valley Thursday in Hood River.

The seventh-ranked Eagles won the first two games by scores of 25-15 and 25-20 to go ahead 2-0 in the match.

TD (4-15 overall, 2-8 league) struck back in the third with a 25-19 surge, but Hood River Valley (18-4, 8-2) closed the deal in the fourth game, 25-17.

Tuesday on senior night at Kurtz Gym against Redmond, The Dalles put it all together in a three-game sweep by final margins of 25-12, 25-20 and 25-17.

Bailey LeBreton slammed down 15 kills, seven digs and 1.5 blocks, and Hannah Wallis checked in with three digs, three aces and two kills.

“It is definitely bittersweet that this is the last time the seniors get to play on this court,” LeBreton said. “But, we have many memories to take with us. It has been a great experience being a part of this program and playing with a bunch of talented girls. I am proud of every one of them.”

Audrey Synon had four kills and a block, Jaeden Biehn was good for five digs, Eliana Ortega notched six digs and two kills, Caitlyn Gentry ended up with four digs, and Kilee Hoylman had four digs and a half a block.

“I really want these girls to keep working hard to show everyone how good they can be in the future,” Logue said. “They have great potential and I can’t wait to see them realize it.”

Up next, TD hosts St. Helens (9-9) in an exhibition match starting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday to complete the regular season.



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