Originally Published: September 9, 2009 11:17 p.m.
Chelsea Dillion finished with 12 digs and Kate Hammon totaled 16 assists to help the Prescott High volleyball remain undefeated with a 25-7, 25-14, 25-16 win at Flagstaff High on Wednesday.
With the win, the Badgers improved to 8-0.
Prescott coach Christa Stehower credited Wednesday's win in part to a carryover from the team's 3-0 performance at a tourney hosted by Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep on Saturday.
"We saw some really tough competition over there and that showed us what we were made of," she said. "Tonight they went out there and played the way they're capable of and blew right by them."
Kenzie Phelps led the Badgers at the net with 13 kills. Nicky Lyon was close behind with 10 kills.
Prescott will play at Cottonwood Mingus today at 6 p.m.
Bradshaw Mountain 3 El Mirage Dysart 0
The Bears notched their first win of the season with a 25-8, 25-11, 15-15 decision in front of their home crowd.
BMHS (1-4) will play at Peoria today at 6 p.m.
Yavapai College 3, Scottsdale CC 0
The two-time defending NJCAA champion Roughriders got plenty of production from its bench in their home field shut out.
Reserves Vince Martin and Daouda Cisse each scored-first-half goals as YC (3-1) cruised into the break at Ken Lindley Field in Prescott.
Martin's goal was assisted by Jonathan Castro with 41:49 gone in the first half.
Cisse's goal came with one second left on a header from 20 yards out. He was assisted by Kyle Woodson.
David Malloy, a starter, rounded out 'Rider scoring 13:12 into the second half on an assist by Rodolfo Godinez.
Goalkeepers James Iles and Humberto Soriano had a half apiece in the win.
Soriano had five saves.
YC outshot the Artichokes 19-10.
The Roughriders, who have posted three straight shutouts, will play at Phoenix College on Saturday.
Game time is 7 p.m.
Phoenix shadow Mountain. 7, Prescott 2
Shannon Coay had a singles win and Kaelin Packer and Sammy Harris teamed for a doubles victory as the visiting Badgers (2-1) dropped their first match of the season.
PHS will host Phoenix Moon Valley today at 4 p.m.
Madeline Tilyou, a 12-year-old Prescott Salle d'Escrime team member, won the gold medal in the Youth 12- and-under Foil event at the Prescott Fall Classic tournament at Prescott High School over the weekend.
Prescott-area fencers Ian Dwyer, William Hughes and Caelen Perkins also competed in the youth event.
Other local medalists include Michael Fenech, whose team won a gold medal in the Epee Team event.
Fenech, and PHS senior, Garrett Crooks, tied for the bronze medal in Junior Epee.
Ehren Falk, a local Foil fencer took fifth in the Junior Foil event.
Also medaling in the Epee Team event were Dmitri Brown, Charlie Carlisi, and Garrett Crooks.
Other local club members who competed were: Andrew Senseney, Will Grace, Kurtis Haynes, George Standing-Bear, Annika Cline, Joshua Bodine and Tom Hughes.
Flagstaff's Shannon Forster and Patrick Daugherty also competed.