Mount Si High School
WILDCAT VOLLEYBALL
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
 
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Mount Si High School
8651 Meadowbrook Way SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
 
Main Office: (425) 831-8100
Fax: (425) 831-8222
 
Principal
John Belcher
 
Associate Principals:
Greg Hart
Vernie Newell
 
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Cindy Wilson
 
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Greg Hart
   
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Mount Si’s senior volleyball players close out home careers with a strong effort in sweep of Redmond
Posted on October 22, 2014 by Rhett Workman
 
Senior Night last night for Mount Si High School’s volleyball program featured a little emotion in the pregame ceremonies, as the team’s five seniors – players Sarah Brevick, Anna McCreadie, Jenn Rogers and Liz Larson along with student manager Dominique Knoppi – were recognized for their years of service to the Wildcat program, then, after that, Mount Si used that emotion to fuel a very satisfying win that may have helped start to right a ship that had stumbled somewhat with two losses last week. The Wildcats this season have not seen much in the way of three-set sweep victories, but last night’s match against Redmond proved to be one, as Mount Si took care of business, 25-23, 25-18, 25-20.
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Mount Si’s senior volleyball players close out home careers with a strong effort in sweep of Redmond
Posted on October 22, 2014 by Rhett Workman
Senior Night last night for Mount Si High School’s volleyball program featured a little emotion in the pregame ceremonies, as the team’s five seniors – players Sarah Brevick, Anna McCreadie, Jenn Rogers and Liz Larson along with student manager Dominique Knoppi – were recognized for their years of service to the Wildcat program, then, after that, Mount Si used that emotion to fuel a very satisfying win that may have helped start to right a ship that had stumbled somewhat with two losses last week. The Wildcats this season have not seen much in the way of three-set sweep victories, but last night’s match against Redmond proved to be one, as Mount Si took care of business, 25-23, 25-18, 25-20.
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Wildcat volleyball falls for first time this season
This season has been a long and tough one for Mount Si High School’s girls’ volleyball team. The team, coming into Tuesday night’s matchup with Issaquah, was undefeated, but the large number of four and five-set wins certainly made for a few nervous moments for the team and its fans. And while so many wins in that fashion certainly can build a team’s character, one also has to assume that at some point, all the hard work would eventually catch up with the Wildcats, and Tuesday night, it did.
VARSITY MATCH NOTES: Mount Si Varsity Volleyball versus Redmond 10.21.14. Mount Si Wildcats improved their League record to 3-2 last night beating Redmond Volleyball. It was night to celebrate all 5 seniors, Anna McCreadie, Jenn Rogers, Liz Larson, Sara Brevick and Manager, Dominique Knoppi. Thank you to all who came out and showed appreciate to these young ladies. Go Wildcats!
 
JV MATCH NOTES: Mount Si JV Volleyball versus Redmond 10.21.14. Mount Si dominated the first set starting with eleven serves in a row by Amanda Harkleroad (3-aces) with Emily Cole getting four-kills during that run. Mount Si continued to pull away with more tough serving from Sarah Miller and Emily, and Drew Butler and Amanda getting 2-kills apiece. Mount Si went on to win the first set 25-16. In the second set Mount Si put themselves in a hole missing five out of their first 10-serve attempts and struggling to put pressure on Redmond offensively. Down 14-20 Mount Si mounted a wonderful comeback starting with five-aces in a row from Linsay Showalter. Some more tough serves from Sarah got Mount Si to match point, forcing Redmond to take their final timeout down 24-25. A missed serve after the timeout and two kills gave Redmond the 2nd set win 27-25. The third (deciding) set was another battle. Mount Si started with 3-aces from Amanda and 3-more tough serves from Lilly Bachand forcing Redmond to take their first timeout down 2-7. Redmond fought back with some kills and difficult serves getting Mount Si to take their first timeout up 9-6. The set went back and forth with a kill from Amanda and an ace from Linsay getting Redmond to take their final timeout down 11-13. Redmond scored the next four-points after the timeout getting the win 15-13. Team leaders were Amanda with 8-aces, Drew Butler with 11-assists, Emily with 7-kills, Sarah with 17-digs, and Amanda with a 1.8-serve-receive average (22% perfect passes).
   2014 Volleyball  4A Varsity Schedule HERE
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2014 STANDINGS KingCo 4A Conference
Posted By: Seattle Times High School Volleyball Section
Date: 10.22.14
 
 
 


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