Posts tagged: volleyball
Four matches into his fifth season, Eastern Washington volleyball coach Miles Kydd has resigned, the school announced Tuesday afternoon.
Kydd, the Big Sky Conference coach of the year in his first season in 2008, is leaving for personal reasons, athletic director Bill Chaves said in a statement
Steve Bain, head coach at King's, and Kim Grycel, Lynden Christian's coach, polled the 1A coaches whose teams were at state to select an all-tournament team. “This effort comes about because the media folks that have compiled all-state volleyball teams in the past did not do it this year,” Bain said in an email. “The 1A coaching community felt strongly that this oversight needed to be corrected.”
Two area athletes were selected. Sierra Pancho of Newport was a first team pick. Jacy Vining and Joelee Buckner of Colville were named honorable mention.
Jackson knocked off defending 4A state volleyball champion Mead 3-1 in the semifinals. Jackson will face Issaquah in the final tonight. Mead will take on Olympia for third.
In 2A, West Valley and Pullman each won first-round matches today. 3A openers under way.
The fall sports season doesn’t get much busier around here than the last couple of weeks. But as a few of our football teams fall by the wayside and volleyball and soccer wrap up in the next couple of weeks, things will slow down momentarily until … basketball starts at the end of the month.
Not much transition between seasons. In fact, girls basketball in Idaho tips off this weekend.
Click the tab below to see the various prep things in Thursday’s newspaper.
NOTE: I will be tweeting updates from the 4A and 3A football doubleheader Friday at Albi Stadium. You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/SRpreps
The WIAA has posted the state volleyball brackets. You can see them here.
Click the tab below for more information.
Question: How do you see the Eastern Washington, Spokane/area teams faring at state?
Annie Arnzen of Mt. Spokane is seen in the picture above trying to hit through Mead’s Kaely Kight and Hannah Zalopany.
Greater Spokane League volleyball and soccer teams are headed to post-season with the start of district play next week.
Volleyball has a pair of four-team tournaments that will qualify a total of seven teams to regional play against the Columbia Basin Big Nine. Tournaments begin Wednesday and conclude Saturday at Mt. Spokane.
Soccer also begins next Wednesday, three 4A teams qualifying for regionals. The 3A schools have no district tournament, but four advance to regional against the CBBN.