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Volleyball Update: Eastside Teams Are Early Winners

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Teams from Eastern Washington fared mostly well in the first rounds of the state volleyball tournaments.

In 2B, Colfax beat  Darrington in three sets and went on to defeat Napavine 3-0. Davenport beat Riverside Christian 3-1 and will play La Conner in the late game. Northwest Christian, from Spokane shut out Pe Ell but took the fall to Reardan 3-0.

IN 1A, Freeman fell to Castle Rock 3-1. And Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) beat Kalama 3-0 and then defeated King's 3-1 on Friday night.

Mt. Spokane beat Lakeside (Seattle) 3-2 in their first match of the morning. The Wildcats fell to Holy Names 3-1 in their late match.

At the 1B level, Almira-Coulee/Hartline beat Mt. Vernon Christian 3 sets to 1, Tekoa-Oakesdale took care of Christian Faith in three sets and Odessa-Harrington swept Pateros 3-0. Odessa-Harrington took the fall to  Tekoa-Oakesdale in 3 sets. ACH defeated Three Rivers Christian 3-0.

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