Jays sweep Mandan

Jamestown High School kept its hold on the No. 3 seed in the West Region with a road sweep of Mandan Tuesday night.
The Blue Jays upped their conference mark to 10-3 with a decisive 25-16, 25-12, 25-21 win, improving to 16-10 overall.
“We played really well. We’ve been pretty consistent this year whether it’s been on the road or at home,” coach Scott Fritz said. “Our senior leadership has been really good. Those girls keep us focused on each match. We try not to look past anybody and the girls did a good job with that tonight.”
The Jays have just two matches remaining, but both are tough ones. They host Bismarck Century Thursday night at 7:30 p.m., before closing out the regular season Nov. 3 at West-leading Bismarck.
“Century and Bismarck are two very good teams, but I think with the way the girls are playing, they’re looking forward to the challenge,” Fritz said. “For us, if we can continue to play with consistency we have been, we feel good about what we’ll be able to do down the home stretch.”
Jamestown 3, Mandan 0
Jamestown 25 27 25
Mandan 16 12 21
Jamestown statistics
Kills: Alex Hanson 11, Niki Schmitz 9, McCall Goehner 7, Kara Nygaard 7, Shelby Eamon 3, Katie Ramlo 1.
Assists: Ramlo 15, Sam Weng 15, Eamon 1.
Blocks: Schmitz 3, Hanson 2, Ramlo 1, Eamon 1.
Digs: Louise Bohanny 26, Nygaard 10, Goehner 5, Katie Nenow 3, Schmitz 3, Ramlo 2, Hanson 2, Weng 2, Eamon 1.
Aces: Hanson 1.