Prep volleyball: Snohomish 3, Glacier Peak 0

SNOHOMISH — Lanesha Reagan led all hitters with 19 kills, seven digs and three aces as Snohomish earned city bragging rights with a 25-17, 25-16, 25-18 sweep of Glacier Peak.

Emma McNeil and Kendle Nunez each had 17 assists for the Panthers, with Jessica Brennis adding five kills and five aces.

“We really worked on playing as a team and finishing out our game plan all the way through to the end after a disappointing loss at Skyline on Tuesday,” said Snohomish head coach Alex Tarin.

Sara McNaughton had 10 assists for the Grizzlies,

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Snohomish252525—3

Glacier Peak171618—0

Highlights—Snohomish: Lanesha Reagan 19 kills, 3 aces, 7 digs; Emma McNeil 17 assists, Kendle Nunez 17 assists. Glacier Peak: McKenzie Wilkinson 4 kills, Sara McNaughton 10 assists. Records—Snohomish 2-1 overall. Glacier Peak 1-3.

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