ELGIN — Weston-McEwen defeated Elgin with ease Tuesday night in straight sets of Blue Mountain Conference volleyball, 25-9, 25-9 and 25-9.
“We played well tonight,” W-M coach Shawn White said. “Elgin is a young team that is struggling a bit, but I was pleased the way we played. We controlled the match from the outset.”
The win concludes BMC play for the TigerScots (15-1 league, 22-4), who have a bye until the championship round of the district championship Saturday.
Before that they will visit Class 5A Pendleton (15-4) Thursday at 6 p.m.
Weston-McEwen spread the offense around Tuesday night, with Molly von Borstel leading the way with 12 kills and five digs.
Taryn Coffman set up 27 points, dug seven balls and scored three kills.
McKayla Carlin was sharp from the line, serving a perfect 26-of-26 from the line with six aces and nine digs.
Marlene Bodmer had nine kills; Lacey Kuehn three kills; Keegan Shepard four kills; Melanie Sederburg four kills; Madison Carlin six digs; Melina Baker four-of-four from the line; and Natalie Arnold five digs and an ace.
“Some things we worked on in practice yesterday showed up,” White said. “The young ladies are working really hard to get better and it showed today.”