Prep volleyball: Jackson 3, Lynnwood 0

EDMONDS — Jackson’s Payton Lockhane and Anna Johnson combined for 26 kills and Natalie O’Hare had 44 assists to lead Jackson past Lynnwood in a loser-out contest at the 4A district tournament. The Timberwolves advance to play Lake Stevens in a consolation semifinal on Thursday at Mariner H.S. Alex Tyler recorded 30 digs and Grace Douglas had 20 assists for the Royals.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Lynnwood231128—0

Jackson252530—3

Highlights—Lynnwood: Alex Tyler 30 digs; Jenny Martinez 10 kills; Grace Douglas 20 assists. Jackson: Payton Locknane 14 kills; Anna Johnson 12 kills; Natalie O’Hare 44 assists; Kailee Robinson 11 digs. Records—Lynnwood 5-11 overall. Jackson 10-6.

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