Irvine Valley's men's volleyball team swept its second straight Orange Empire Conference opponent, taking care of Golden West at home on Friday night.
The Lasers, ranked second in the state, defeated the No. 8 Rustlers, 25-18, 25-14, 26-24.
It was Irvine Valley's eighth three-set sweep of the season.
It was IVC's second win over Golden West this season and kept IVC alone in second place in the conference.
Irvine Valley improved its record to 14-2 overall and 5-1 in conference. Golden West fell to 8-8 overall and 1-6 in conference.
The first set was tight until late. The set was tied at 16-16 when IVC scored nine of the next 11 points to win going away.
Up, 19-18, Irvine Valley scored the final six points of the set.
Irvine Valley cruised after a slow start in the second set.
Golden West was up, 5-3, early. But the Lasers tied it at 5-5 on an overpass kill by McBain. And after a Golden West hitting error gave IVC a 6-5 lead, the Lasers never looked back.
Up, 9-8, Irvine Valley ran off 10 of the next 13 points and took a 19-11 lead after a kill by To, kill by Furlong and ace by sophomore libero Josh Evers.
IVC later won the set on a hitting error by Golden West.
Irvine valley took a 16-10 lead in the third set.
The Lasers led, 18-14, after a kill by sophomore outside hitter Cody Hermanson and IVC was up, 21-15, after a kill by McBain.
And IVC had a 24-21 lead after Golden West served out.
But the Rustlers didn't go away.
They won three straight points and tied the set at 24-24 after a block by Tyler Peck and Shilo Chow.
But IVC answered back with the next two points to take the set and the match.
Golden West served out and then Kysen Olsen hit out to end it.
To finished with 10 kills and six digs to lead IVC. Furlong chipped in nine kills and six digs, McBain had six kills and four blocks and Lopez contributed five kills and eight digs.
August finished with three kills and six blocks and Evers had eight digs for the Lasers.
Irvine Valley plays again next Wednesday at Orange Coast. The Pirates lead the conference standings and are the top-ranked team in the state.