Distractions don’t distract Wolverines

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Distractions don’t distract Wolverines

BHS volleyball team sidesteps its homecoming sideshow in a 3-0 win
Bayfield’s Kayla J. McCoy (11) and Kirstie Hillyer (1) celebrate a point with teammate Suzie Rhodes (2) during the Wolverines’ 3-0 victory Saturday over Centauri and the Falcons’ Tori Fringer (10) and Darby Gibson.
Jennifer Phelps (9) and Suzie Rhodes (2) shared a team block in a team effort against Centauri’s Darby Gibson on Saturday during the Wolverines’ 25-8, 25-10, 25-10 homecoming victory. “This is the first dominant performance we’ve had as a whole,” BHS head coach Kelley Rifilato said. “We’ve had bits and pieces before. But this was more.”
Bayfield 6-5 sophomore Kirstie Hillyer rips a jump serve against Centauri during Saturday’s homecoming match. Hillyer led all hitters with 15 kills and no hitting errors. “I thought Kirstie looked great. She’s improving every day. She is just a sophomore, and she is able to terminate the ball,” BHS head coach Kelley Rifilato said.
Kirstie Hillyer of Bayfield (1) and Lindsey Reinmuth collect a team block against the Falcons. Collectively, the Wolverines blocked Centauri in their homecoming match.
Bayfield’s Suzie Rhodes (2) and Kayla D. McCoy (5) cover the block of teammate Jen Phelps (9) on Saturday. The Wolverines beat Centauri 3-0 to improve to 15-2 overall and a perfect 7-0 in the Intermountain League.

Distractions don’t distract Wolverines

Bayfield’s Kayla J. McCoy (11) and Kirstie Hillyer (1) celebrate a point with teammate Suzie Rhodes (2) during the Wolverines’ 3-0 victory Saturday over Centauri and the Falcons’ Tori Fringer (10) and Darby Gibson.
Jennifer Phelps (9) and Suzie Rhodes (2) shared a team block in a team effort against Centauri’s Darby Gibson on Saturday during the Wolverines’ 25-8, 25-10, 25-10 homecoming victory. “This is the first dominant performance we’ve had as a whole,” BHS head coach Kelley Rifilato said. “We’ve had bits and pieces before. But this was more.”
Bayfield 6-5 sophomore Kirstie Hillyer rips a jump serve against Centauri during Saturday’s homecoming match. Hillyer led all hitters with 15 kills and no hitting errors. “I thought Kirstie looked great. She’s improving every day. She is just a sophomore, and she is able to terminate the ball,” BHS head coach Kelley Rifilato said.
Kirstie Hillyer of Bayfield (1) and Lindsey Reinmuth collect a team block against the Falcons. Collectively, the Wolverines blocked Centauri in their homecoming match.
Bayfield’s Suzie Rhodes (2) and Kayla D. McCoy (5) cover the block of teammate Jen Phelps (9) on Saturday. The Wolverines beat Centauri 3-0 to improve to 15-2 overall and a perfect 7-0 in the Intermountain League.
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