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Cedaredge High School completed its regular season volleyball schedule with three games last week. The Bruins defeated Caprock Academy, 3-0, on Oct. 17 and cruised to a 3-0 win against Roaring Fork on Oct. 19. Last Saturday's match against Moffat County's Bulldogs was also a 3-0 victory.

Last week's wins improved Cedaredge's season records to 5-3 in 3A WSL play and 13-8 overall.

Bruins 3, Eagles 0

Against Caprock, Oct. 17, the Bruins cruised to easy wins in the first two sets, 25-16 and 25-13, but had to battle to win in set three, 25-23.

Cedaredge's Courtney Freeman had a helpful game for the Bruins with 11 kills, 14 digs, and 10 service receptions. Makayla Kehmeier also played well with nine kills, and 20 digs.

Jessica Craig and Holly Jenkins had two aces each for the Bruins with Craig, Jenkins and Alyssa Kissner all recorded three blocks each in the win.

Jade McGovern had 17 digs and 19 service receptions with Kensler getting 14 digs and Mikayla Underwood finished with 12 saves.

Caprock's Kylie Drake had 10 kills, 13 digs and 11 service receptions to pace the Eagle's efforts. Melanie Buniger had 12 digs and Sophia Krays had 15 service receptions.

Bruins 3, Rams 0

The Bruins were firing on all cylinders against Roaring Fork and didn't give up more than 16 points in any set. Cedaredge won the first set 25-10 and had a 25-16 win in set two. The final set score was 25-13.

Cedaredge had high numbers from Kehmeier in kills (5), aces (5), digs (18) and service receptions (6).

Freeman's seven kills led Cedaredge's numbers in that category and she finished with 12 digs.

There were no numbers available for the 3-0 victory over Moffat County on Saturday.

The Bruins do not have any matches scheduled for this week and are awaiting seeding pairings for 3A volleyball coming out this week.

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