The Bayfield High School volleyball team extended its overall record to 7-0 with a quick 3-0 victory at Pagosa Springs on Saturday afternoon.
"We kind of spoiled their homecoming," Wolverines head coach Kelley Rifilato said.
The Wolverines, 1-0 in the Intermountain League, swept the Pirates 25-15, 25-11, 25-7.
"We had a slow start, but then we stepped it up service-wise," Rifilato said.
The Demons had 19 aces, 10 from the topspin jump serve of sophomore Katherine Rifilato and four from Jacey Sirios during her 10-serve run in Set 2.
Sophomore Candace Shaw came up from the JV to spell junior Sierra Aten, who was out of town, and started five consecutive BHS points, including an ace.
BHS "kept the errors to a minimum," coach Rifilato said, in scoring 26 kills and hitting at a 29-percent clip.
The victory was their third this week, with a win at Navajo Prep in Farmington and a victory at Aztec.
The Wolverines beat Class 4A Alamosa one week ago.
Katherine Rifilato led all hitters with 11 kills, while Shelby Williamson had eight of Bayfield's 29 digs.
Brinda Wallis led Pagosa Springs with four kills.
The Wolverines will host Centauri at 5:30 p.m. Friday in their homecoming match.
Regionals are Nov. 7.
"Hopefully we're on the upswing when we hit that tournament," coach Rifilato said.
Centauri comes first.
"We need to start out with the eye of the tiger," she said. "We just kind of play with people for a couple of sets."