FAIRFIELD — The Vanden High volleyball team won the first set but couldn’t maintain the momentum in falling Monday 18-25, 25-19, 25-16, 25-17 to Vacaville at Jim Boyd Gym.
The Vikings (1-2) got 8 for 9 serving with 11 kills, four blocks and 16 digs from Kamra Jackson, 16 for 17 serving with an ace, 10 kills, two blocks and nine digs from Meghan Herout, 13 for 13 serving with one ace, four kills and four digs from Annalyse Silva and 5 for 5 serving with five blocks and six kills Michaela Copp.
Vanden dropped the JV match 25-14, 25-9 with the Vikings (2-1) getting 7 for 7 serving with four aces, two kills and 11 digs from Jordyn Plaza, and eight kills, three blocks and four digs from Onnie Walker.
Vanden is off until opening Solano County Athletic Conference play at American Canyon on Sept. 17.
Vacaville Christian 3, Wood 0: At Vacaville, the visiting Falcons (3-1) survived a hiccup in the second set to outlast the Wildcats 25-18, 22-25, 26-24, 25-15.
Lauren Gottschall led VCS with seven kills, eight blocks and three aces, while Cassi Diaz contributed eight kills and Brittney Hockersmith had three aces and 11 assists.
Vacaville Christian also won the JV match 25-22, 25-20 with Alex Pazdel recording four aces and three kills, while Helen Norris was 13 for 15 serving.
The Falcons play Wednesday at Santa Rosa High.
Rodriguez wins Top of the Bay Tournament: At Santa Rosa, the Mustangs defeated Marin Academy in the championship match.
Setter Jade Horder and outside hitter Megan Bohorquez were both named to the All-Tournament team with Horder named the tourney’s MVP. Rodriguez also had strong performances by outside hitter Claudia Diaz and libero Ysabel Rose.
Armijo earns first win of season: At Carmichael, the Indians topped Laton 25-12, 25-19 to earn its first victory while going 1-3 in the Carmichael Invitational.
For Armijo, Seghen Woldai had 14 kills, Mariah Reyes was 16 for 17 serving with three aces and six kills, Katie Halls was 17 for 17 serving with four aces and six assists, Brittney Saechao had 10 assists and eight digs, and Analise Klassen had six blocks.
Armijo’s JV team also went 1-3 in the tournament, outlasting River City 25-23, 27-25 for its first win of the season.