Pahranagat Valley recorded two league wins last week, one on the road at Round Mountain, and the other at home against Sandy Valley.
At Round Mountain the scores were pretty widespread as the Panthers won in three, 25-11, 25-13, 25-6.
Kyla Shumway had six kills, Maddie Harris 8 kills, six assists and seven digs, Karley Whipple had 18 kills and one assist and Allyse Frehner had 29 assists.
In Alamo the next day, Madison Harris had nine kills, four assists and three digs in the Panthers’ 25-4, 25-13, 25-10 win over the Sidewinders.
Whipple had eight assists and five kills, Frehner had 18 assists and Shumway added five kills.
On Tuesday this week, the Panthers played a non-league match at White Pine, and the Bobcats came out on top 3-1. Scores were 15-25, 25-16, 23-25, 20-25.
There was a time with Pahranagat Valley held the upper hand in the non-league series, winning five times in a row between 2008-2013, but now the Ladycats have won the last four in a row.
Pahranagat (17-5, 6-0) finished the league season on Thursday against co-league leader Beatty (17-2, 6-0) and has a last-of-the season non-league match at Lincoln County (20-14) in Panaca next Tuesday.
The 1A Southern playoffs will be held this week at the home of the league winner, either Pahranagat or Beatty. A three-way tie for the final playoff spot existed going into the final weekend of league action between Beaver Dam, Sandy Valley and Word of Life.
Beaver Dam played at Word of Life yesterday and third place Tonopah was at Sandy Valley.
In the 1A North, defending state champion Smith Valley (17-5-2, 11-2) is tied with Virginia City (21-4, 13-2) in the west division. The teams split on the season schedule. The 1A Northern regional tournament is Nov. 4-5 in Elko. Coleville and Sage Ridge have the No. 3 and 4 playoff spots.