SHINGLE SPRINGS — Ponderosa High hosted Roseville Thursday night, beating its guests 25-16 in game one before losing the next three 25-19, 25-23 and 29-27.
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“We played well,” Bruin head coach Amy Stockett said. “We unfortunately weren’t able to keep enough momentum in the last three games.”
The match allowed both squads to see how they stack up this season. For Stockett, it’s a bright future with a full squad at her disposal.
“Our team this year is extremely versatile,” Stockett said. “I have a group of players where I can put them in at any position and they’ll know what to do and will play it well. Our goal this year is to win league and go farther into playoffs than we ever have before.”
Tanner Charon led the Bruins with 17 kills. Haward Gomes added 16 and Kellen Salluce had 14. Gomes had three blocks, 14 digs and 19 serve receives; Taylor Charron had 46 assists; Dan Joseph had 18 serve receives and 10 digs; Tanner had 15 serve receives; and Nic Davis added 13 serve receives.