PRESTON 3, POCATELLO 1
Preston put Pocatello in a 2-0 hole and beat the host Indians 3-1 on Tuesday, 25-21, 26-24, 23-25, 25-20.
“We struggled with being consistent in tonight’s game,” Poky coach Jasmine Corsetti said. “We took away a lot from this loss and are ready to get to work.”
Hailey Roubidoux led Pocatello’s attack with 15 kills. Madison Wilkes added a double-double of 38 assists and 22 digs.
Pocatello (3-1 4A District 4-5) host Minico on Thursday. Preston plays Thursday at Century.
CENTURY 3, JEROME 0
Century made quick work of Jerome in Tuesday’s home match, sweeping the visitors 25-11, 25-14, 25-8.
Ashley Harris led the attack with seven kills. Julia McNulty dished out 23 assists and Jillian Nuding added six digs.
Century (8-2, 3-0 4A District 4-5) hosts Preston on Thursday.
ROCKLAND 2, MURTAUGH 1
ROCKLAND 2, CAREY 0
Rockland went 2-0 Tuesday at Murtaugh, beating Murtaugh 2-1 and sweeping Carey 2-0.
Rockland dropped the second game against Murtaugh before bouncing back with a 15-9 third-set win.
“It was a good opportunity for us to have to bring our game,” Rockland coach Shalissa Tomkinson said. “We struggled a little bit in the second game (against Murtaugh) with not communicating, but were able to come back in the third game and finish strong.”
Rockland (6-0, 2-0 1A DII District 5-6) plays Tuesday at Clark County.
HIGHLAND 9, SHELLEY 1
Aubrey Hymas scored four goals in a game was cut short because of weather and field conditions.
“It was real wet out and just kind of a messy, sloppy game,” Highland coach Korbie Vaughan said. “It wasn’t my favorite game to watch. We weren’t really playing all that well.”
Highland (4-3-1, 0-1 5A District 5-6) plays Thursday at Thunder Ridge.
AMERICAN FALLS 11, SNAKE RIVER 0
Halle Romero scored four goals to lead American Falls past Snake River, 11-0, on the road Tuesday.
Kati Sanchez and Lizbeth Garnica added two goals each for the Beavers.
“We were able to switch the point of attack well, which helped us tremendously in this game,” A.F. coach Nate Armstrong said. “There was a great effort from the whole team. Rosa Mata played excellent at centerback.”
American Falls (5-3, 2-1 3A District 5) plays Thursday at Aberdeen.
MARSH VALLEY 0, MALAD 0
Marsh Valley and Malad tied 0-0 on Tuesday in Malad. The game was called early in the second half because of weather and field conditions.
“My girls played great. The ground was super soggy and wet,” Dragons coach Shenell Clark said. “We did pretty well for being down the players that I’m down.”
Malad (3-1-1, 0-1-1 3A District 5) hosts Snake River on Thursday. Marsh Valley (6-1-1, 2-0-1 3A District 5) plays Saturday at Sugar-Salem.
ABERDEEN 5, SOUTH FREMONT 3
Carina Hernandez and Natilia Serna led Aberdeen to a 5-3 home win Tuesday over South Fremont.
Serna, a freshman, scored, as did Hernandez, who has over 15 goals in her last three games, according to Tigers coach Paige Foster.
The game was called with 16 minutes remaining in the second half because of weather and field conditions.
“I’m very proud of my girls,” Foster said. “I’m very impressed with how they work as a team.”
Aberdeen (3-1-1, 1-1 3A District 5) hosts American Falls on Thursday.
HIGHLAND 5, SHELLEY 3
Highland raced out to a 4-0 lead en route to Tuesday’s 5-3 win at Shelley.
Keegan Satterfield scored twice, while Trey Thomas and Ben Elizarraras added one goal each to help the Rams build their lead. Shelley made it 4-1 before Highland’s Adam Purkett scored the Rams’ final goal.
Highland (3-3-1, 1-0 5A District 5-6) hosts Thunder Ridge on Thursday.
American Falls at Snake River
Tuesday’s game between American Falls and Snake River was called 24 minutes into the first half because of weather and field conditions. The score was tied 1-1.
Since the game did not enter the second half, the 1-1 score is not official. No makeup date has been announced.
Snake River (4-3, 1-0 3A District 5) plays Tuesday at Marsh Valley. American Falls (6-0-1, 1-0 3A District 5) plays Thursday at Aberdeen.
South Fremont at Aberdeen
Tuesday’s game between South Fremont and Aberdeen was canceled because of weather. No makeup date has been announced.
Aberdeen (0-2, 0-1 3A District 5) hosts American Falls on Thursday.