The Warriors and Reds faced off once again this season on Oct. 11 in a rivalry match for their annual Dig Pink game that shows support for breast cancer awareness month. The last time these two met the Warriors came away with the victory in three straight games in the match up of the Highway 33 rivals.

But the Reds came back looking for a victory and they took three games out of five with scores of 25-17(OHS), 25-13(OHS), 21-25(GHS), 25-27(GHS), 14-16(GHS).

The Warriors are now 7-4 in league play and sit in the third place position right under Le Grand (9-1 SAL) and Ripon Christian (12-0 SAL).

As for the Reds, they now sit at an even 6-6 in league and are ranked in the fifth place spot in the Southern League.

Leilani Aguilera led the Reds attack with 11 kills and two aces to push the team to a victory. Frankie Miske had a great all around performance with seven kills, five aces and one block on the night. Setter Natalie Cruz contributed 19 assists and five aces, Alexis Gallichio added three kills and two aces, while Libero Christina Moitozo had seven digs and four aces. Ryanne Kuden chipped in six digs on the victory for the Reds.

For the Warriors, Olivia Gray had a fantastic all around performance putting up eight kills, one block, 14 digs, and six aces. Also with a great performance was Janessa Marquez, who had 12 kills, nine digs, and four aces. Ciera Thibodeau recorded five kills and two blocks on the night, while Reagan Matthews put up a great defense with 13 digs on the night. Joslyn Sotelo added 11 digs and four aces to her stat sheet.


In the JV games between Gustine and Orestimba, the Warriors came out on top with a victory in three games. Orestimba won 26-24, 20-25, 15-6.

Joselin Tovar led the JV Reds with six kills and six aces, while right behind her was Caitlyn Gallichio with five kills and five aces. Darian Nunes had three kills and three aces. Mia Aleman and Mikayla Silveira each had three digs on the evening.

OHS 3, Waterford 0

Later in the week the Warriors faced off against the host Waterford, where they took home a 25-7, 25-22, 25-13 win.

Janessa Marquez led the Warriors offense with eight kills, five aces and added seven digs and a block on the night. On the defensive side of the ball Reagan Matthews led the way with 12 digs, and Olivia Gray was right behind with nine. Joslyn Sotelo chipped in four aces, as setter Sky Felber had a great game with 18 assists and three aces.


Monday night the Warriors faced off against the second place Le Grand Bulldogs, who gave them their third loss in league play. Orestimba came away with a 26-24, 25-18, 21-25, 25-18 victory. Janessa Marquez had an incredible night with 20 kills, nine digs and two aces. Olivia Gray had herself a night as well with 13 kills, 19 digs, and four aces. Ciera Thibodeau contributed six kills and two blocks during the win. On the defensive side of the ball Reagan Matthews tallied up 10 total digs and right behind her was Joslyn Sotelo with nine. As for setter Sky Felber, she had a  39 assists on the night, while also adding in four aces.


For the JV Warriors they brought home a 25-11, 22-25, 15-13 victory over the Wildcats.


Later in the week the Warriors prevailed with a 25-10, 25-14 victory over the visiting Le Grand Bulldogs.

Frosh OHS 2, WHS 0

In freshmen action the Warriors prevailed in two games with a score of 25-13, 25-19 over the host Waterford Wildcats.

Frosh OHS 0, MCHS 2

The freshmen Warriors faced off against the Mariposa Grizzlies Monday evening, taking a tough 11-25, 15-25 loss. 

GHS Volleyball

GHS 3, DHS 0

Later in the week the Reds matched up against the host Denair and took home the 25-7, 25-12, 25-11 victory.

Frankie Miske had another fantastic all around game putting up five kills, six aces, and three blocks, all contributing to the win. Leilani Aguilera added six kills and three aces to her stats, as Alexis Gallichio put up three kills and nine aces. Setter Natalie Cruz chipped in a total of 14 assists on the night.


The JV Reds prevailed a 25-23, 25-10 win over the Denair Coyotes.

Joselin Tovar racked up great stats have 11 aces and three kills, as Caitlyn Gallichio chipped in seven aces and four kills. Mia Aleman and Nayeli Lomeli each had four aces on the night.