Marymount defeats pesky Wildcats

It’s not a four-peat for REV, as Marymount grabbed the fourth game 25-23 to win the CIF-SS Division 1-A championship, but the Wildcats made Marymount work, leading for much of the fourth game.

A service ace by setter Lauren Greskovics-Fuller ended the match, which is ironic considering Marymount’s 21 service errors in the match. Things aren’t done for the Wildcats (29-5) though, as they’ll start play in the Division I state playoffs starting Tuesday.

Final stats will come in a bit.

REV isn’t dead yet

The Wildcats aren’t going to give up the CIF title without a fight, as they defeated Marymount 25-20 in game 3 to continue the match. The Wildcats won the last six points of the game, as Alyssa Mason ended it with two blocks and a kill on game point.

Mason had a good game defensively, compiling six of her seven blocks. Krista Vansant also got going offensively, notching seven of her 14 kills. Peyton Moyles has 17 assists while Cherylain Dizon has five kills and four blocks.

Kathleen Harris leads Marymount with 15 kills while Lauren Greskovics-Fuller has 28 assists.

Marymount up in game 2

A 7-0 run early in the game paved the way for the Sailors to take game 2, as Marymount never looked back from the resulting 11-7 lead in defeating REV 25-17 to come within one game of the CIF-SS Division 1-A championship. Their service game gave REV issues in game two, as Victoria Shepherd had four aces while Atlanta Moye-McLaren and Carly Wagenbach also had aces.

REV got a early lift from Cherylain Dizon, who had two kills and three blocks in the game, but have scuffled otherwise. Krista Vansant has seven kills and two digs while Peyton Moyles has eight assists and two kills.