The Northview volleyball team continued their strong run of late, winning their sixth match out of the past seven times they've taken the court.
On Tuesday night, the Knights took down the White River Valley Wolverines in three sets, 25-18, 25-15, 25-23, to extend their season mark to 7-3 overall and 1-0 in the Western Indiana Conference.
Brittney Spugnardi and Lindsay Thomas had standout games for Northview in the victory.
Spugnardi had seven service points on the night to go with 11 digs and Thomas chipped in a team-high 33 assists and seven points with Kaley Huffman topping the team with 12 digs.
Thomas' assists were spread out over a balanced hitting attack that saw four different players with five or more kills.
Brianne Arvin, Christy Fulk and Lottie King each had six kills and Laura McCrea added five for the Knights. Fulk and King each topped the squad with three blocks with Heather Palmer adding two. Casey Challandes chipped in with nine digs.
Northview will be back in action on Tuesday night, hosting Cascade at 6 p.m.
Northview wins 25-15, 23-25, 25-12 over WRV
The Knights got strong efforts from a handful of players on Tuesday night with Ashley Hull tallying a team-high 10 kills and adding 10 points and five aces. She also had two blocks.
Emma Koehler had 17 assists to go with three kills and three service points while Kaylee Clark hammered out three kills and had nine service points with five aces. Katie Timberman had four kills and Nikki Mogan had nine service points and three aces. Cari Laue had three kills and three points.