Wildcats open league with big win

Mount Si's varsity volleyball team played a close one at Woodinville last Monday night, Sept. 16, but fell in three to the Falcons. The Kingco 4A team won 25-18, 25-21 and 25-19.

  • Friday, October 3, 2008 1:18am
  • Sports

Mount Si’s varsity volleyball team played a close one at Woodinville last Monday night, Sept. 16, but fell in three to the Falcons. The Kingco 4A team won 25-18, 25-21 and 25-19.

Miranda Pratt led the way with 10 kills and six digs for the Wildcats. Alisha Larion added nine kills. Caitlyn Forslin and Robyn Schirmer put together good supporting efforts with nine and 11 assists respectively, and Sine Schirmer posted a four-kill, nine-dig night to pace the efforts.

Mount Si opened the league schedule at Liberty last Friday, and it was the Brun-Rehm show for the ladies from the Valley. Rachel Brun and Danielle Rehm both had strong service games, helping the Wildcats to a three-game sweep of the Patriots. Scores were 25-18, 25-11 and 25-15 as Mount Si got off on the right foot to start the Kingco 3A season.

Coach Bonnie Foote was quite pleased. “We’ve been focusing a lot on serving in practice and [a] lot of passing and we had 20 aces tonight and only five service errors, which is awesome because serving is such a closed skill and you’re the only one in control and no matter what match you’re playing in, it’s still the same. That’s the thing that never changes with serving,” said Foote.

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