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BHS volleyball stays undefeated in Region 5; Harvey receives national honor

Nov 03, 2022 01:47PM ● By Catherine Garrett

Farmington’s Marissa Marchant (28) has trouble getting the ball through the double block of Layton’s Ellyse Taylor (8) and Sophia Wendt (18). The tough “D” paid off for the Lancers winning 3 games to 0 making only their fifth “W” in 22 games for the season.  Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

Bountiful continued its undefeated run through Region 5 with a sweep of Northridge 25-8, 25-10, 25-20 Oct. 11, bringing their region mark to 7-0 and season record to 23-1.

Jordyn Harvey led the Redhawks with 16 kills while Evi Chism had six and Claire Cook five. Chism served five aces with Harvey and Cook adding one each. On defense, Cook recorded eight digs and Harvey had five.

The win came on a night that Harvey was announced as a member of the Under Armour All-American squad who will train and compete in Orlando, Florida. This honor comes to just 24 seniors nationwide.


Viewmont beat Box Elder 26-24, 18-25, 25-18, 26-24 Oct. 11

Vanessa Haddock led the offense with 14 kills while Liza Montalbo added 12 kills and served three aces. Both had double-doubles with Montalbo recording 15 digs and Haddock 10. Additionally, Maddie Lege stuffed three blocks at the net and Macey Christian had 10 digs on defense.

“This was one of those games where I saw glimpses of a team that loves each other,” said head coach Cathy Hope. “They have overcome a lot and worked through some things as a team and as individual athletes. Hopefully we can pull it all together for the state tournament.”

Viewmont is now 9-11 this season.

Woods Cross

Woods Cross defeated Bonneville 25-16, 25-13, 25-21 Oct. 11.

Akilisi Pututau ran the Wildcats offense with 34 assists while Olivia Ruy served four aces. Defensively, Dani Brey led with 14 digs.

Woods Cross is 11-13 this season.


Davis lost to Weber 25-12, 15-25, 29-27, 25-19 Oct. 11.

Loryn Helgesen put away 13 kills, hitting .619 while Aubrey Nielsen also recorded 13 kills for the offense with Nielsen, Brinley Bush, Averee Dorius and Aimee Larsen each serving up two aces. Defensively, Helgesen had five blocks at the net and Cambria White recorded 12 digs on the back line.

The Darts fell to 19-7 this season.


Farmington lost to Layton 25-17, 26-24, 25-18 Oct. 11.

The Phoenix had just 19 kills offensively with Mele Fiefia recording five of them while Kenna Liwanag served up five aces. On defense, Quincy Wilson and Sophie Wendt – with 22 digs and 13 digs, respectively – both recorded double digits on the back line.

Farmington fell to 13-10 this year. λ