PENDLETON - Walla Walla Community College's Warriors dropped in three sets to the Blue Mountain Community College Lady Timberwolves in NWAACC volleyball action Friday.
The Warriors, 0-4 in league, dropped 25-18, 25-20 and 25-22. Blue Mountain is ranked first in the NWAACC.
"We played better tonight than we have in the last 10 days," WWCC coach Tim Toon said. "Unfortunately, our opponent was very good. If we can capture some of this quality volleyball and transfer it to future matches, we should see the wins start to add up."
The Warriors play Monday, Wednesday and Friday at home.
"Next week will help us determine if we are pretenders or contenders," Toon said. "Wins against Columbia Basin Wednesday and Big Bend Friday are imperative."
In the match Friday, many Lady Warriors had good statistics.
Nikki Long had eight kills, Brittany Dominguez seven kills, Laekynn Culpepper 14 digs, Kayla Hanus 15 assists and Danielle Meehan nine digs.
Sharsti Goff contributed 10 assists and eight digs