Chief Kanim Middle School's Lady Eagles volleyball team ends season on a high note

Above, SMS Eighth grade volleyball team;  - Courtesy photo
Above, SMS Eighth grade volleyball team;
— image credit: Courtesy photo

The Snoqualmie Middle School “Lady Eagles” Volleyball program ended on a positive note for all four teams. Each team had more wins than losses, with the seventh grade varsity squad going undefeated for the season. The eighth grade varsity and junior varsity teams compiled a 6-2 record while the seventh grade JV team posted a 5-3 season.  All four teams celebrated with an end-of-season awards party recognizing the accomplishments of each team.

For eighth grade varsity, Mady Privatsky was most improved; Chaija Olsson is most inspirational; Kallin Spiller is most valuable; Courteney Carr received the coaches’ award.   For eighth grade junior varsity, Alyssa Talbert was most improved. Coral Harder was most inspirational and Meagan Wayne was named most valuable player. Among seventh grade varsity, Renee Anderson was named most improved, Haley Benham was most inspirational, Tatyana Utley was MVP and Natalie Walker and Lauren Wilbourne share the coaches’ award. For seventh grade junior varsity, Teya Hisel was most improved; Alison Caswell was most inspirational; and Olivia Huschle and Cassandra Lane were named most valuable players.

The coaches of all four squads would like to commend all the girls on their outstanding dedication and diligence toward improving their skills and team play this season.

Above, SMS seventh grade volleyball team

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