WWCC tops WWU in volleyball duel

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Walla Walla University's Natalie Wilkening (10) lays out looking for a pass to teammates during the Wolves' game against Walla Walla Community College.

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Walla Walla University's Danielle Diaz (2) gets low for a digg against Walla Walla Community College Monday night.

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Walla Walla University's Heather McFadden (1) comes up with a reflexive bump on a sharply hit ball from Walla Walla Community College during their cross-town game Monday.

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Walla Walla University's Heather McFadden (1) attempts to hit a kill beyond Walla Walla Community College's Corrine Holbrook (2).

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From the back row, Wolves' player Jami Olerich (9) diggs the ball.

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Wolves' hitter Jami Olerich (9) swings right to hit past Walla Walla Community College blocker Libby Kern (21).

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Wolves' Jami Olerich (9) sends a hit back over her opposite shoulder during Walla Walla University's game against Walla Walla Community College.

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Walla Walla University's Michelle Warner (3) hits a kill past Walla Walla Community College's Kayla Hanus (13).

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Wolves' player Natalie Wilkening (10) comes up with a center court digg during their game against Walla Walla Community College Monday evening.

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Walla Walla University's Natalie Wilkening (10) throws her right arm up to keep play alive during the Wolves' game against Walla Walla University.

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Walla Walla University's Torrey Haddad (12) comes up with a digg on the sideline as teammate Heather McFadden (1) slides in looking to keep the play alive as well.

COLLEGE PLACE - Walla Walla Community College's volleyball team scored a victory over Walla Walla University in three games Monday, 25-18, 25-23, 15-13 at the Wolves' gym in College Place.

"This was a solid overall match for us," said WWCC head coach Tim Toon. "I wish we could have played this way all season. We played great defense and were bale to transition a lot of those digs into points."

Nikki Long led the Warriors with 14 kills and Corrine Holbrook chipped in 12 kills and two blocks.

Danielle Meehan was strong with six kills and eight digs, while Kayla Hanus led the squad with 33 assists and 17 digs.

Carley Miller added 12 digs and Libby Kern had six kills.

The Warriors close their season against Treasure Valley at home on sophomore night Wednesday.

"Wednesday will give us a great chance to honor our sophomores. They have worked hard for this program," Toon said.

The Wolves finished their season with Monday's game. They're 6-17 overall.

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