Marshfield (13-6, 8-2) defeated Brookings (0-15, 0-10) in a 25-7, 25-11, 25-21 sweep at home.
Macey Martin had 14 kills and 13 ideal passes and Joelle Forbes was 16-of-16 serving with two aces and 33 assists for the Rangers. The Wildcats are 8-10, 2-6. For the Hatchets, Dana Weitenberner had nine kills and nine digs, Lauren Howard added 17 assists and six digs, Sydney McDonald 15 digs, Olivia Britt five kills and eight digs and Maddy Jimkoski 15 digs, three kills and two blocks.
Goldendale highlights: Abby Mains 13 kills, 10 digs, 2 blocks; Sierra Plum 16 assists, 5 kills, 10-10 serving; Allison Gilliam 4 kills, 5 digs; Tori Tallman 3 kills, 3 digs, 1 ace; Delany Peters 1 kill; Talia Johnson 14 digs, 20 flawless passes; Alyssa Weis 14 digs, 20 pp; Taylor Rising 3 kills, 2 digs.
Creswell swept Glide 25-7, 25-19, 25-21.
Samantha Sayegh had 20 assists, four aces and nine digs for Paradise Adventist (22-6, 6-0 Pioneer Valley League). The Panthers fell to 6-12 and 3-8.
Cle Elum highlights: Morgan Whitemarsh 100 percent serving, 30 assists; Davi Vaughn 100 percent serving; Melli Rodriguez 2 assists; Mikaela Heller 100 percent serving; Kylee Cuffe 100 percent serving.
Singapore c.bank keeps policy on hold, opens door to 2018 tightening
The Singapore dollar slipped after the MAS policy decision, and was last down 0.1 per cent on the day at 1.3540 per U.S. dollar. The Monetary Authority of Singapore said it will maintain the rate of appreciation of the S$NEER policy band at zero percent.
McKenzie swept Mapleton 25-15, 25-5, 25-13. Emma Smith had 10 kills. Deckerville 3, Mayville 0 DECKERVILLE - Deckerville had no trouble with Mayville in NCTL Stars action Thursday (25-15, 25-20, 25-16).
Davis (0-8) will play in the Wenatchee Invite on Saturday. Also for the Patriots, Lexy Neal added six kills and six digs, Nichole Schember had 16 assists and four digs, Katelyn Engelhardt 26 digs, Allyson Kemp six kills, Grace Williamson five kills and five digs and Maci Montgomery 12 digs.
Descinda Slaughter led North Eugene (21-1, 12-0) with 23 kills in its 25-11, 27-25, 25-21 sweep against Thurston (6-9, 4-5).
The Red Devils will play in the Wenatchee Invite on Saturday. Madisyn Guza had 54 digs and 15 points to pace the Eagles, Liz Binder added 32 assists, Cheyanne Nichols eight points and Olivia Espinoza 13 kills and three blocks.
ELLENSBURG 3, WAPATO 0: At Ellensburg, Maia Valencia collected 17 assists and Leah Stueckle put together 13 digs and four aces for the Bulldogs, who swept 25-12, 25-15, 25-17.
GRANDVIEW 3, TOPPENISH 0: At Grandview, Bailey Duis put away 19 kills and had six blocks as the Greyhounds swept Toppenish. Mady Gibbs had five aces, one kill and one block for the Oakers.
First 5 'Harry Potter' Films' Soundtracks Getting Vinyl Release
Rowling's Harry Potter books is the incredible music that helped bring a little more magic to the Wizarding World. Just as magical as the spells, creatures, and worlds of the Harry Potter movies is the music.
Thursday was Fight Like a Viking Night, and the Pleasant Valley High volleyball team did just that, sweeping Foothill 25-11, 25-23, 26-24 at Varley Gym. Cassidy Bragg had 10 assists and five aces.
Kaylee Simonson had 10 aces and three digs for Oakland (4-11, 3-7) in its 25-10, 25-16, 25-13 sweep over Canyonville Christian (1-12, 1-10).
Zillah highlights: Kelsea Nunes 8 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 7-7 serving; McKenna Burge 7 kills, 9 digs, 18-19 serving; Jenny Nobbs 22 assists, 3 kills, 10-10 serving; Abbie Kallenberger 5 kills, 2-2 serving; Maddie Wallace 2 kills, 1 dig, 2-2 serving; Kiri Schoonover 3 kills, 8-9 serving; Emmalee Nishi 3 digs, 2-2 serving; Kayla Derrey 3 digs, 6-7 serving; Courtney Vance 5 digs.
The Knights (6-2) host Klickitat-Glenwood on Tuesday.
Sunnyside Christian highlights: Alyssa Martin 12-13 serving, 4 aces; Destiny Fonseca 9-10 serving, 11 assists; Emily Banks 8 kills; Krista Den Hoed 17-18 serving, 6 aces; Madison Bosma 14-14 serving, 5 aces, 5 kills; Sailor Liefke 7-8 serving, 2 aces, 4 aces.
Boston Scientific Corporation (BSX) Expected to Post Quarterly Sales of $2.20 Billion
It is positive, as 48 investors sold FB shares while 553 reduced holdings. 20 funds opened positions while 30 raised stakes. Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America grew its position in Boston Scientific Corporation by 0.9% during the first quarter.