Lynnwood beats Cascade to gain edge for final district berth

EVERETT — After allowing Cascade to rally from 2-0 deficit to force a fifth set, Lynnwood won the deciding game 15-13 to win the match and move into sole possession of the final Wesco 4A district berth. The Royals’ Jenny Martinez and Angela Poleroy each had 14 kills, with Martinez adding 34 digs. Alex Tyler led Lynnwood with 38 digs and Grace Douglas added 38 assists. The Royals are a game ahead of Cascade and Arlington for the final district berth with two games to play.

At Cascade H.S.



Highlights—Lynnwood: Jenny Martinez 14 kills, 34 digs; Angela Poleroy 14 kills; Anna Greenwood 10 kills; Alex Tyler 38 digs; Grace Douglas six kills, 38 assists. Cascade team statistics: 10 aces, 6 blocks, 36 assists, 48 kills, and 96 digs. Records—Lynnwood 2-6 league, 4-8 overall. Cascade 1-7, 2-10.

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