Tuesday night the Cheney Blackhawks traveled to Pullman to face the Greyhounds in one last game before heading to districts. The Hounds were able to fight it out to the last set behind the clutch playing of Chelsea Bone; Bone stacked up 27 assists and 4 aces playing against the Blackhawks. Going into the 5th set, the Hounds had great momentum on their side after winning the fourth. The Blackhawks were just too hot to handle as they took the win over the Greyhounds after a 15-12 battle. After the last regular season game, the Greyhounds record stands at 8-6 (7-5 in The Great Nothern League). In order for the Hounds to keep their state hopes alive, their next step is to win districts.
Pullman Handles Clarkston
The Greyhounds travled to Clarkston last Thursday looking to defeat the Bantams in a league matchup. The Hounds did so behind juinor Melissa Langerveld who had 10 kills, and sophmore Chelsea Bone also helped lead the Hounds over Clarkston with a game-high 24 assists. After defeating Clarkston in three-sets, the Hounds remain 2nd in The Great Northern League with a record of 8-5 overall (7-4 in league). The Hounds look to add one more win to their record before heading to districts, as they face the Cheney Blackhawks at home on October 28th.
Hounds Struggle on Senior Night
Tuesday, the Greyhounds played at home celebrating senior night along with breast cancer awarness, where they played against the East Valley Knights. Seniors Emily Sior, Shalyn Stack and juinor Jordan Phelan helped lead the Knights over the Hounds in a 3-0 defeat. The Hounds kept it close during the first two sets, losing each 20-25. Hounds were able to keep things close behind their juinor OH Melissa Langerveld who racked up seven kills against the Knights. The Knights are still leading the Great Northern League with an undefeated league record (11-0) and the Hounds loose one to have a 6-4 league record. Next game for the Hounds will take place in Clarkston and where they will face the Bantams hoping to seal another league win before returning home in two weeks to face the Cheney Blackhawks.
Hounds Defeat WV in Four
After a disappointing loss in the first set, Greyhound Volleyball came back and won the next three sets versus West Valley. Jaycie Poitra led the Hounds Thursday with nine aces, nine assists, and 18 digs.
The Hounds are now 7-4 overall (6-3 GNL). The girls will take on East Valley at home on October 21.