Sonoma girls win in volleyball, but fall in golf, soccer
Soccer boys host co-champ Analy today in SCL opener
Senior Alissa Thomas, seen making a dig during a recent Sonoma win over Justin-Siena in Pfeiffer Gym, had seven digs during the Lady Dragons’ victory at Terra Linda on Tuesday.
Greg Ludlow Photography/Special to the Index-Tribune
Three Sonoma Valley High School girls’ teams competed on Tuesday, with the Lady Dragons upended in Sonoma County League golf, while the Sonoma soccer and volleyball girls split their nonleague matches.
Sonoma’s girl golfers, who dropped a 289-331 SCL decision to Windsor at the Sonoma Golf Club, were paced by sophomore Jacquie Peterson’s nine-hole round of 56, junior Jordann Dagner’s 58, senior Kamryn Barker’s 70, senior Katie Durkan’s 73, and junior Allison Cogbill’s 74.
The Lady Dragons played SCL foe Casa Grande in Petaluma yesterday – results not available at presstime – and will next host league rival Petaluma this Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Sonoma Golf Club.
Sonoma’s varsity volleyball girls hit the road and cruised past Terra Linda for a 25-15, 25-14 and 25-18 match victory.
Leading the Lady Dragons were senior libero and co-captain Karly Burningham’s 11 digs; senior setter and co-captain Jersey Witous’ six digs and three blocks; senior Alissa Thomas’ seven digs; junior Taryn Mak’s six digs; and freshman MacKenzie Albrecht’s six kills, senior Gabby Petersen’s and frosh Delaney Swanson’s five each, and junior Alexis Long-Am’s four.
The Sonoma girl spikers hosted nonleague Napa yesterday – results not available at presstime – and will open their SCL season this Tuesday, Sept. 13, against defending champion Analy in Sebastopol.
Sonoma’s varsity soccer girls battled Redwood Empire power Montgomery to a 3-3 tie after regulation play at the high school field, but couldn’t survive a two-goal second-overtime by the visitors and were handed a tough 5-3 loss.
Pacing the Lady Dragons were junior Riley Ellis-Reis’ two goals and senior Annie Studdert’s one goal.
The Sonoma soccer girls opened their Sonoma County League season against longtime rival Analy in Sebastopol yesterday – results not available at presstime – and will host SCL foe Healdsburg at 4 p.m. this Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the high school field.
Sonoma’s varsity soccer boys open their season hosting fellow SCL co-champion Analy today at 4 p.m. on the high school field.