Lady Pirates sweep Kamiah
The Prairie Lady Pirates dominated the Kamiah Kubs in a home match Tuesday, Sept. 29, holding them to single digits in each game of a 3 game sweep, 25-9, 25-9, 25-7.Shayla VonBargen is about to send this Kamiah hit back where it came from. Also shown is Sarah Seubert.
Kamiah led only twice on the night, at 0-1 and 1-2, both at the start of the first game. Serving at 1-2 they missed badly and Sarah Seubert went to the service line. She served 13 straight points as Prairie dominated at the net. Seubert had just 3 aces in that run with Shayla VonBargen scoring 4 kills plus a stuff block and Krystin Uhlenkott adding 4 kills. Angela Wemhoff scored a kill for the other point.  From that point on they cruised to an easy win outscoring Kamiah 10-6 the rest of the way.
Danly matched Seubert’s service run at the start of the second game as she served Prairie to a 13-0 lead. Danly had 7 aces with VonBargen adding 4 kills and Seubert 2. After that opening run the intensity level dropped for Prairie but they still outscored Kamiah 12-9 the rest of the game.
After an opening sideout kill by VonBargen to start the third game, Danly served 3 straight for a 4-0 lead. 
After 3 straight sideouts, VonBargen made it 4 straight with a kill and then served 3 straight aces, 2 of them on jump serves, for a 9-2 Prairie lead.
After another 3 straight sideouts, Uhlenkott scored a kill on a tip and then served 5 straight points. She had 2 aces while Seubert had 2 kills, Mykaela McWilliams scored on a block and Danly added a kill for a 17-4 Prairie lead.
Kamiah then scored their only service points of the game to cut the lead to 17-7 but Seubert scored a sideout kill and Sydney Bruner served out the match. She had 6 straight aces, two straight that hit the net and went over. VonBargen then ended the match with a kill.
For the match VonBargen had 19 kills, including 2 blocks plus 4 aces. Uhlenkott had 10 kills and 2 aces. Seubert had 6 kills and 3 aces. Danly had 3 kills, 2 of which were blocks, plus 29 assists and 8 aces. Bruner served up 8 aces. Leah Higgins had 3 kills, 2 assists and an ace. McWilliams had 3 kills including a block. Wemhoff had 1 kill and 5 assists. Uptmor, in the libero position she played the latter part of last year, had 1 ace.
Prairie has now won 12 straight matches and are 7-0 in league and 17-3 overall.
The JV team also won all three games but they were mostly more competitive with scores of 25-17, 25-19, 15-3.
Prairie trailed much of the first game and didn’t really take control until Anna Vinsova went to the service line with the score tied at 12-12. She served an ace and Josie Peery added a pair of kills to make it 15-12. After a trade of side outs, Peery served a pair of aces to make it 18-13 and Kristyna Krogh and Nicole Poxleitner each served a pair of aces to give Prairie there first game-point opportunity at 24-16. Kamiah got the sideout but Jordyn Higgins then scored the game-winning kill.
In the second game Krogh served Prairie to a 4-0 lead with 2 aces and a kill each by Peery and Darlene Gehring.
After trading sideouts, Gehring served 3 points which included an ace plus a kill each by Britney Bianchi and Peery for an 8-1 lead.
Theresa Wemhoff served 3 aces to give Prairie a 14-5 lead and an ace by Bianchi and 2 more by Trista Latimer had Prairie up 20-8 and apparently headed for an easy win.
At that point Kamiah started getting some points on served and managed to cut the lead down to 5 points before Krogh scored the game winning kill.
In the final game Gehring and Vinsova each had a big service run as Prairie routed the Kubs. Gehring took over at 2-2 and served 4 aces in a row and Peery added a kill before missing a serve.
Madison Pecarovich got a sideout on a freeball return and Vinsova then served out the match. She had 3 aces while Higgins added 2 kills and Gehring and Poxleitner added a kill each. Higgins got the match ending point on a first touch “happy birthday” kill at the net. 
The C team also won their match against Grangeville, splitting the first 2 games before winning the third.
Hailey Danly serves up one of her 13 straight point winning serves to start the second game.
Chaye Uptmor makes a pass. She was back in the Libero position she played last year due to a back injury that keeps her from playing in a hitting position.
Krystin Uhlenkott follows through after smashing the ball over the net. Also shown are Hailey Danly and Mykaela McWilliams.
Angela Wemhoff hits the ball against Kamiah. Also shown are Shayla VonBargen and Hailey Danly.
Shayla VonBargen flips the ball away from the blocker.

25-at Grangeville Jamboree, 5 p.m. (date changed)
29-at Lewiston Tournament, placed 3rd, beat Lewiston, Pendleton, Moscow and Sandpoint, lost to Kellogg, Lake City and Geneee.
  1-Kamiah, there, 6 p.m.*, won 3 games to 0
  8-C.V., home, (C,JV,V) 5 p.m.*, won 3 games to 0
10-Genesee, here, (C,JV,V), 5 p.m.*, won 3 games to 0
12-Border Battle at Pomeroy, won all 5 matches helping Idaho win.
15-Troy, there, (C,JV,V), 5 p.m.*, won 3 games to 2
17-Grangeville, there, (C,JV, V), 5 p.m.m won 3 games to 0
21-Lapwai, here, 6 p.m.*, won 3 games to 0
26-Potlatch, there, 11 a.m.*, won 3 games to 0
29-Kamiah, here, 6 p.m.*, won 3 games to 0
  6-Troy, here, (C,JV,V), 5 p.m.*, won 3 games to 1, details next week
  8-Genesee, there, (C,JV,V), 5 p.m.*
10-Tri-Match @ C.V., varsity only, vs. Potlatch, 12 p.m,*, vs. C.V., 1 p.m.*
13-Lapwai, there, 6 p.m.*
15-Grangeville, here (C,JV,V), 5 p.m.
17, 19-21-Districts at LCSC
22-State Play-in at St. Maries
30-31-State at Timberlake High School, Spirit Lake
*league game

2015 Prairie Jr. High Girls Basketball
Oct. 8-Orofino here, 4:30 p.m.
Oct. 13-Nezperce, here, 4:30 p.m.
Oct. 15-at Grangeville, 4:30 p.m.
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