The Hounds beat Clarkston in four sets at home. Clarkston won the first set, but the Hounds pulled out the win in the final three sets. Senior Lizzie Gorge continues to dominate with 14 kills and three blocks. The Hounds will be back in action in Cheney on tuesday.
Hounds Fall to the Knights
In a close-fought match for first place in the Great Northern League, East Valley managed to hold on to a 3-2 win in five matches over the Greyhounds. East Valley improves to 7-0 in league play and Pullman falls to 4-2, with both losses to East Valley. Even though East Valley swept the Greyhounds in their last meeting, this match was much closer, with the game going into five matches instead of three. The Greyhounds will be back in action tomorrow at home againsts Clarkston.
Ladies Win Battle of the Border
The Pullman volleyball team played Moscow last Thursday and won three sets to one. Logan Bledsoe Collected 12 digs followed by Melissa Langerveld's eight kills to lead the team to defeat long time rivals, the Moscow Bears. The student section was packed for the first camo out of the year. The students stormed the court after the huge victory. The girls next game will be against the Knights of East Valley at East Valley. They girls are now 5-2 on the season (4-1 GNL)
Girls Keep Rollin'
The Hounds handled the Eagles of West Valley three set the zero. The Eagles never scored more than 19 points in a game. Freshmen Kelsey Nestegard and Sophmore Chelsea Bone played acceptionally well. Chelsea Bone had 19 assits with 5 aces leading the team to be 4-2 on the season (4-1 in the GNL). The hounds look to keep the winning streak alive at the battle of the boarder on Thursday October 2nd at 7:30 P.M