High school volleyball: Airline, Haughton post non-district wins


The Airline Lady Vikings and Haughton Lady Bucs posted non-district volleyball wins on Thursday.

Airline defeated Northwood 25-11, 25-8, 25-4 at Airline. Haughton defeated Calvary Baptist 25-18, 25-17, 25-17.

Airline’s Kaylea Noble had 10 aces, six kills and two digs. Zahria Lloyd had three aces, one kill, 16 assists and two digs. Gabby Patronis had 10 aces, one kill, one assist and three digs. Paisley Zika had five kills.

Airline (5-5) picked up two wins in the Dutchtown tournament this weekend. The Lady Vikings defeated Live Oak 25-9, 18-25, 15-13 and Ascension Christian 25-27, 25-22. 15-3. They also lost to Riverside 25-9, 25-18 and Dutchtown 25-19, 26-24.

Patronis had two aces, five kills, one assist and 10 digs against Live Oak. Tori Ligman had one ace and 14 digs. Noble had six kills, one block and one dig. Lloyd had three aces, three kills, 13 assists and three digs. Anna Wheeler had one assist and 10 digs.

Patronis had six kills, two aces and 11 digs against Ascension Christian. Brooklyn Brandon had one ace, two kills, two assists and seven digs. Noble had two aces, four kills, two assists and two digs. Lloyd had three aces, one kill, 10 assists and five digs. Zika had two kills and two digs.

Lloyd had one kill, six assists and 10 digs against Riverside. Patronis had two aces, one kill, one assist and two digs.

Patronis had five aces, one assist and nine digs against Dutchtown. Noble had two aces, four kills and two digs. Lloyd had three kills, 10 assists and five digs.

Airline resumes District 1-I play Tuesday at home against Natchitoches Central. The Lady Vikings visit Parkway in another district contest Thursday.

Emily Gipson, a Legacy Elementary student with brain cancer, gave the first serve at the Airline’s game against Northwood. The Lady Vikings raised $200 to help with her medical expenses at the game.

Haughton improved to 5-1 with its victory. The Lady Bucs play non-district games Monday at Evangel Christian and Tuesday at Ruston.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com