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PREP VOLLEYBALL: Coeur d’Alene wins four, loses three, splits two at Rocky tourney

| September 26, 2021 1:10 AM

An airplane came between Coeur d’Alene and a possible consolation championship at the Rocky Mountain Invitational on Saturday.

The Vikings had to head to the Boise airport to catch their flight home, and forfeited to Columbia of Nampa in the consolation championship match in the Gold Bracket.

Earlier, Coeur d’Alene played five matches on Saturday, beating Vallivue of Caldwell 25-17, 25-19, splitting with Middleton 25-22, 18-25 and splitting with Timberline of Boise 23-25, 25-18.

In Gold Bracket play, Coeur d’Alene lost to Mountain View 25-15, 25-18 and beat Rocky Mountain 25-19, 22-25, 15-8 before forfeiting to Columbia.

Madi Symons had 25 kills on the day for Coeur d’Alene (8-8). Hailey Wuolle had 82 assists, Skylar Burke 10 blocks, Olivia Dixon 18 digs, Delaney Gosch seven aces.

Coeur d’Alene plays host to Sandpoint on Thursday.

Lakeland second in Silver Bracket at Sheridan tourney

SPOKANE — Lakeland went 5-2 at the Linda Sheridan Classic, falling to Wenatchee in the finals of the Silver Bracket.

The Hawks lost to Ridgeline, then beat Eastside Catholic, Colville, Eastmont, the Mead junior varsity and University before falling to Wenatchee.

Lakeland (14-11) returns to action Tuesday at Post Falls.

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Cd’A Charter

COEUR d’ALENE — Raeanna Kendra had 18 kills, 14 blocks and three aces for the Panthers, who fell to the Badgers 25-15, 25-12, 26-24 in an Intermountain League match at Holy Family Catholic School.

Taylor Peterson had five digs and Kalei Merrifield 45 assists for Coeur d’Alene Charter (2-7, 1-3 IML), which faces Genesis Prep on Thursday at Holy Family Catholic School.

“We picked up the energy in the second set and carried that into the third,” Coeur d’Alene Charter coach Christel Moores-Winkle said. “The girls fought, and just needed a little more time. Being at the right place on the court at the right time started coming together this time.”

Bonners Ferry is 6-2, 2-2.

Post Falls JV claims

first Lakeside tourney title

PLUMMER — The Post Falls JV swept Logos 2-0 in the championship match to claim the Lakeside Chivalry Tournament at Lakeside High.

Post Falls went 5-1 in Honor Pool play to advance to the championship match.

Timberlake went 3-3 in pool play, then swept Priest River 2-0 to finish third.

Championship match — Post Falls JV d. Logos, 2-0. Third-place match: Timberlake d. Priest River 2-0. Fifth-place match: Orofino d. Lakeside, 2-0. Seventh-place match: Lake City JV d. Clark Fork, 2-0.

POOL PLAY STANDINGS

Honor Pool: 1, Post Falls JV 5-1. 2, Priest River 3-3. 3, Lakeside 2-4. 4, Clark Fork 2-4.

Gramercy Pool: 1, Logos 5-1. 2, Timberlake 3-3. 3, Orofino 2-4. 4, Lake City JV 2-4.

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Flathead Valley H.S.A.

POST FALLS — Malia Giesbrecht had eight aces, seven assists and nine kills for the Royals in a 25-23, 23-25, 25-16, 19-25, 15-11 nonleague win over Flathead Valley Home School Association of Kalispell, Mont., at The Courts at Real Life.

Olivia White had seven aces, 18 digs and eight assists, Symone Pilgrim five blocks and Charis Giesbrecht 18 digs for North Idaho Christian (4-4), which faces Mullan on Thursday at Holy Family Catholic School.

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N.I. Christian

SPOKANE — Giovanna Zettell had 16 digs, four kills and two blocks for the Royals in a 25-20, 25-19, 26-24 loss to The Oaks in Mountain Christian League play late Friday.

Olivia White had 10 assists and two aces, Leah Yovichin 10 digs and three kills and Symone Pilgrim three kills for North Idaho Christian.