The Thunder Mountain High School volleyball team moved to 2-0 on the season with their second win over the visiting Ketchikan Kings on Saturday in the Juneau-Douglas gym.
The Falcons won the match 25-22, 25-15 and 25-22.
Junior Claire White continued her dominant play over the Kings with eight kills, three aces, three tip shots that scored and two blocks. Senior Jenna Luhrs tallied five kills and two aces.
Ava Tompkins led with five blocked Kayhi shots and Danielle Steinman led with 22 assists and 16 digs. Abby DeRocher added 10 digs and Tracy Bourassa eight.
Tompkins led with 14 service attempts, Sheridan Cook 11, White and Lauren Rabago 10.
Steinman served out the game one win with the help of a Tompkins block and a Luhrs scoring tip. Ketchikan had a service error giving up game two.
Tompkins served eight straight for the game-three match win, including an ace and a kill shot by Luhrs.
The Falcons will host the JDHS Crimson Bears on Tuesday at 7 p.m.