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Published: Thursday, September 23, 2010, 11:34 p.m.

Prep volleyball: Jackson 3, Mountlake Terrace 0

MILL CREEK — Emmy Allen and Leigh-Ann Haataja led Jackson to a three game sweep of Wesco 3A Mountlake Terrace (2-2 overall) in their nonleague volleyball matchup Thursday night by scores of 25-21, 25-7 and 25-14.
Allen had 10 kills and nine digs while Haataja added nine kills and five aces to propel the Timberwolves after a poor serving effort in the first game.
“Our serving wasn't very good in the first game and the girls really stepped it up in the next two,” said Jackson head coach Ashley Allen.
Most of lift was attributed Haataja, who led the team not only with her serving but with her consistency and on-court leadership, Allen said.
“Leigh-Ann is always consistent for us,” Allen said. “Her hitting is something we can always rely on and she's a strong leader on the court for us.”
Haley MacDonald also provided a strong performance in the win for Jackson (5-1 overall) with 29 assists and four aces on the night. Next up for the Timberwolves is Edmonds-Woodway on Tuesday.

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Story tags » Mountlake Terrace High SchoolHigh School VolleyballJackson High School

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