GRANDVIEW - The Grandview Lady Greyhound volleyball team played all 13 of its varsity players enroute to 3-0 romp over visiting Wapato last night. The match wrapped Grandview's non-league section of its schedule.
Grandview took control early Thursday and never let up, grabbing a 25-7 win in game one.
Payton Parrish paced Grandview to the first game win with a string of 12 consecutive service points. She had 26 service points for the match.
The Lady Greyhounds followed that up with 25-12, 25-13 victories in games two and three, respectively.
"We played all the players who suited up," said Grandview Coach John LeFever. "We were able to work on some new things offensively, some new hits, and that was nice."
LaFever added, "We are trying a set called a slide and we got to work on it. It was a pretty good workout."
Grandview (4-1) was led by Payton Parrish with seven digs, six kills and 18 assists. Teammate Ashley Van Tress added a season-high four kills.
The Lady Greyhounds also received a lift from Taylor Hall's seven digs and eight kills. Mikaela Espinoza also helped Grandview with solid play at the net, recording seven kills.
Alyssa Garcia gave Grandview a boost from the service line with nine service points and five aces for the match.
Freshman Samantha Grove also saw action for the Lady Greyhounds last night, recording her first kills in varsity play.
Grandview opens league play next Tuesday at Othello.