The Fairfield volleyball team hosted Centerville, Prairie City-Monroe, Davis County and West Burlington in their home tournament Saturday to end the regular season, defeating each team in straight sets with the exception of the Falcons who defeated the Trojans two games to one.
The Falcons have been up and down all year, but found a way to upset the Trojans in the opening match for Fairfield.
The set scores were 25-16, 14-25 and 13-15.
Alison Godwin had 14 kills, Lily Hoskins and Kara Jeffrey each had 14 assists, while Danae Drish had 17 digs, all team highs.
Fairfield was not playing around with the Mustangs in the second match of the day and disposed of their opponent in straight sets, 25-16, 25-11.
Jeffrey led the way with seven kills, Hoskins had 10 assists and Drish had 14 digs.
The team from Bloomfield was slightly more competitive than PCM, but Fairfield still won easily 25-15 and 25-18.
Jeffrey had six kills, Hoskins had eight assists and Drish had seven digs.
Fairfield barely let the Big Red on the court with straight set wins of 25-9 in both games.
Godwin had six kills, Hoskins had seven assists and Drish had eight digs.
Fairfield finished the regular season with a record of 29-5 and is ranked No. 14 in the final Class 4A volleyball from the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.
The Trojans will host Mt. Pleasant Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Class 4A Region 8 quarterfinal with the winner traveling to Fort Madison on 10/23 to face the Bloodhounds.
The winner of that match will either host Washington or Keokuk, or most likely travel to Cedar Rapids Xavier with a trip to the state tournament on the line.