Mount Si volleyball season ends, and note from college soccer

Mount Si High School’s volleyball season is over, after being swept last night in the WesKing 4A bi-district tournament by Kamiak.

The Knights took it 25-23, 25-19, 25-20 and advanced into winner-to-state play tomorrow while for Mount Si, their state playoff dreams come to an end despite going the deepest they’ve gone in a postseason since their move to 4A. Breana Fitzgerald had 11 kills and 12 digs for Mount Si, while Bailey Showalter added 10 kills and 22 digs. Dana Dolan pitched in 27 assists and eight digs for the Wildcats. Hannah Knutt and Sarah Brachvogel each had 12 kills to lead Kamiak while Marina Tukan had 16 digs and Camryn Woodworth had 34 assists.

“Great effort by the Wildcats,” said Mount Si assistant coach Dave Bachman by email. “They fought hard the whole match, but Kamiak played a little more consistent volleyball and won the match.”

Mount Si finished the season 9-13 overall, 4-5 in Kingco 4A play.

College soccer news now.

Concordia-PDX women advance: The Cavs made it into the second round of the NCAA Division II women’s tournament with a 2-1 win last night at home in Portland over GNAC conference rival Seattle Pacific. Senior Karlie Hurley, from North Bend and a 2015 Mount Si HS grad, started on defense for Concordia and worked 82 minutes, recording three shots, none on goal, with no goals scored. The win moves the Cavs into tomorrow’s second-round matchup at home over another GNAC foe, Western Washington. The Vikings also have a Mount Si grad on their roster, but senior Karli White, who graduated with Hurley from MSHS in 2015 and is also from North Bend, is not expected to play as she has been out all season with an ankle injury; at this point it can be assumed she is redshirting and thus is done for the year. Western advanced with a win last night as well over Sonoma State from northern California.

Rhett Workman

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