North Fulton and Farmington recorded victories, while South Fulton was defeated in Prairieland Conference volleyball action Thursday evening.

North Fulton and Farmington recorded victories, while South Fulton was defeated in Prairieland Conference volleyball action Thursday evening.

 

N. FULTON 25-25, BUSHNELL-PC 22-21

 

At Bushnell, the Lady Wildcats moved to 4-0 on the season, 3-0 in Prairieland play with a road victory against the Lady Spartans.

 

Brooke Utsinger had four kills, three blocks and three service aces for North Fulton, while Grace Bridson added four kills for the victors.

 

Carlee Quick added 15 digs and Addyson Williams nine set assists for North Fulton.

 

Madison Allen had 15 service points, including three service aces, along with four kills and eight blocks for Bushnell-Prairie City (1-8, 1-1 Prairieland). 

 

Sarah Hood added seven digs and Deidre Lorton two set assists.

 

North Fulton also won the fresh-soph match 25-21, 25-18.

 

North Fulton will host Williamsfield Monday at Spoon River Valley High school before playing West Prairie at Sciota on Wednesday.

 

FARMINGTON 25-25, PEORIA HTS. 15-18

 

At Farmington, the Lady Farmers notched their first win of the season as they downed the visiting Lady Patriots.

 

Macie Sprague led Farmington (1-7, 1-2 Prairieland) with eight kills, while Emma Vallas had two service aces.

 

Coach Quincy Thompson noted that Presley Fox led the back row on defense.

 

The Lady Farmers had also played at home on Tuesday, losing to West Prairie 25-18, 25-22.

 

Farmington continues Prairieland play next week with matches at Rushville-Industry on Monday and at B-PC on Thursday.

 

W. PRAIRIE 25-25, S. FULTON 8-19

 

At Sciota, the Lady Rebels slipped to 2-7 overall, 0-3 in Prairieland play as they dropped the road contest to the Lady Cyclones, who improved to 4-0 overall, 3-0 in league play.

 

Gabi Kreps had six kills, while Hollidae Koster and Cailin Kimbro recorded two blocks each.

 

“It was our first night with a new line-up and it took a while for the girls to get used to new rotations and positions,” said South Fulton coach Michele Thiner. “Players were moved around to get more height at the net, and it did pay off with some great blocks. 

 

“The second set was much better, but we still have a lot of work to do with communication and more strategic ball placement,” she added.

 

West Prairie edged South Fulton in the fresh-soph match 20-25, 25-23, 15-5.

 

Makenna LeFebvre tallied two service aces, six kills and seven digs, while Koster added in six kills for South Fulton.

 

Alexa Hayes chipped in two service aces, four kills and five digs and Ashley Strode 17 set assists for the Lady Rebels.

 

The Lady Rebels will have a non-conference match at Meredosia-Chambersburg Monday, before returning to Prairieland Conference play with a home match against Elmwood on Tuesday and at Knoxville on Thursday.