Battle of the birds: Chief Kanim volleyball defeats SMS

The Chief Kanim Middle School eighth grade varsity volleyball team defeated Snoqualmie Middle School Eagles on Wednesday, Oct. 10. The Hawks are now 6-0.

"This was the best of the best," Chief Kanim coach Joyce Kjorsvik told the Record in an e-mail. "Amazing plays, great rallies, incredible hits."

Baylee Young was on fire in game one, serving five points and getting eight kills. Sophie Click had six points and four hits, and Kara Link had five hits and four points. Setters Kendal Schmidt and Cameron Kendall also played a big part in the success.

In game two, Young had some wicked hits and rocket serves, while Callen from SMS had two great blocks.

The Hawks lost game two, 21-17, making the third and final game a must. With milkshakes on the line, the Lady Hawks prevailed, winning the final game 21-13 and taking the title of who is the best in the Valley.

"The high school team will have amazing players next year," Kjorsvik predicted.


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