CPHS Volleyball: Sandites throttle Enid 3-0 on the road

Makenzie Harris scores a kill Tuesday night at the Ed Dubie Field House against Muskogee.

Makenzie Harris scores a kill Tuesday night at the Ed Dubie Field House against Muskogee.

The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team (11-7) traveled to Enid Thursday evening and picked up their first road win with a 3-0 sweep. The Sandites defeated the Pacers 25-12, 25-6, and 25-13 in non-conference action at the Northern Oklahoma College Mabee Center.

The Pacers took an early 5-2 lead in game one after an ace from Catherine Cunningham and a kill from D’Sani Levy. Devree Youngblood tied it with a kill at 7-7 and gave her team the lead when she combined on a block with Vanessa Wyrick. The home team never again led in any of the three sets.

Sand Springs closed out the first game on a seven-point streak, then won the first four rallies of game two. The Pacers made it a one-point game with an ace from Evencilla Malolo, but the visitors went on runs of seven, six, and five points in the lopsided second game. The second string saw ample gameplay in the set and Sophie Singleton, Payton Robbins, and Jacelyn Smith all recorded kills.

Enid prevented any significant runs in the third set, but still couldn’t keep up with the potent Sandite offense. Youngblood scored four kills in the set, including three of the final five points.

Cloe Campfield led all scorers with her second-straight double-double, scoring ten kills and thirteen digs. Madison Blaylock led the team in digs with sixteen and in aces with three. Madison Burris led in assists with twelve. Fourteen Sandites saw action and nine scored points in the easy win.

Levy led the Pacers in scoring with five kills and their only block. She also sang the national anthem prior to the match.

Enid recognized their junior high volleyball programs between sets. One player from the 7th Grade team and one player from the 8th Grade team went head-to-head in a contest to see who could make the most in-bounds serves in one minute.

Sand Springs volleyball will play a crucial conference road game Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. against Jenks (7-2, 3-0). The Pacers will host Piedmont (2-9) Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.

CPHS 3 EHS 0 (25-12, 25-6, 25-13)
Kills: CPHS 33, EHS 12.
Blocks: CPHS 4, EHS 1.
Aces: CPHS 9, EHS 3.
Service Errors: CPHS 2, EHS 3.
Total Errors: CPHS 15, EHS 26.
Sand Springs Stats
Kills: Campfield 10, Youngblood 8, Smith 4, Burris 3, Harris 3, Wyrick 2, Blaylock 1, Singleton 1, Robbins 1.
Assists: Burris 12, Mong 9, Blaylock 2, Harris 1, Hughes 1.
Assisted Blocks: Wyrick 3, Harris 2, Youngblood 1, Smith 1, Singleton 1.
Digs: Blaylock 16, Campfield 13, Youngblood 6, Mong 5, Harris 2, DeWitt 2, Holland 1, Burris 1.
Aces: Blaylock 3, Wyrick 2, Campfield 2, Youngblood 1, Burris 1.
Enid (Partial) Stats
Kills: Levy 5, Brinley 3, Cotarelo 2, Cunningham 1, Wilson 1.
Aces: Cunningham 1, Malolo 1, Waldroup 1.
Blocks: Levy 1.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
3-0 Broken Arrow (13-1)
3-0 Jenks (7-2)
3-1 Sand Springs (11-7)
2-1 Owasso (6-5)
2-2 Union (5-10)
1-2 Bixby (1-10)
1-3 Booker T. Washington (7-7)
1-3 Sapulpa (5-6)
1-3 Muskogee (4-5)
1-3 Bartlesville (2-9)

Upcoming FVC Matches
9.10 Bixby @ Broken Arrow.
9.10 Booker T. Washington @ Muskogee.
9.10 Sand Springs @ Jenks.
9.10 Union @ Bartlesville.
9.10 Sapulpa @ Owasso.