The Foran High girls volleyball team, behind a close to 40-kill night, swept city rival Law, 3-0, on Wednesday night at the Edna Fraser gym in the first of two meeting between the two squads this season. The Lions, who improved their record to 8-2, won on set scores of 25-19, 25-21 and 25-13. The loss left Law with a 1-10 record. Foran was paced by junior Kelly Hunt, who had 12 kills and seven service aces. Senior middle hitter Janae Owen added 10 kills and four service aces, while Kayla Ellis, another senior, contributed nine kills. \u201cSometimes, I think that our team is on a fast-moving, roller-coaster ride,\u201d said Foran coach Julie Johnson. We\u2019re either very, very good, or we\u2019re not so good. \u201cThere were times tonight when we didn\u2019t pass the ball well. There were other times when we did that. We\u2019re at our best when we receive the ball well, pass it, and return it hard. That\u2019s the true strength of this team.\u201d Law\u2019s constantly shifting defense and proficient digging kept it in both the first and second sets. \u201cWe\u2019re a young team that lost six seniors and one that has only three players on the court now (Molly Vargo, Kailee Frank and Megan Gritz) who have any varsity experience from last year,\u201d said Law coach Stacy Loch. \u201cSo, that puts us in a bad situation at times. I did think we defended well tonight. And, we do have some talented kids. They\u2019re so tall (Foran) and they overwhelmed us at times, especially in the third set.\u201d Fritz led Law with 10 kills and Vargo had nine along with 11 digs.