Mystery Night is Oct. 6
Summit Academy's 15th annual Mystery Night celebration has the “circus” coming to town.  “Under the Big Top” is this year’s theme.  On Saturday, October 6, 2012, the Greencreek Community Hall will be transformed into a three-ring circus.  The evening will be full of entertainment, refreshments, and good, old circus fun as the participants find out who will take home the GRAND PRIZE of $10,000 in gift certificates.
Mystery Night is Summit Academy’s main fundraiser of the year.  The event is based on an elimination raffle where 350 tickets have been sold at $125 per ticket.  Tickets are randomly drawn throughout the evening.  Every tenth ticket is a winner granting that lucky person a trip on stage to select their prize valued at $100.  Only 350 tickets are sold so the odds of winning a prize are about 1 in 8!  The suspense grows as all but ten tickets are eliminated.  These lucky Final Ten individuals all receive a prize and a front row seat for the hilarious skits starring your favorite characters from the Summit Community.   The mystery is finally revealed as the last ticket is drawn and the 2012 Mystery Night Grand Prize winner is announced!
This year’s event sponsors are Lindsley's Furniture & Appliances, Sonnen Meats, Les Swab Tire Center-Grangeville, Intermountain Feed Supply, Hoene Hardware, B&A Performance Auto, Chesky Woodworking, and Cottonwood Foods.  These are the businesses where the Grand Prize winner will use the $10,000.
The doors open for the event at 5:00 pm.   The live auction begins at 7:00 pm with the raffle immediately following.   Early arrival is encouraged so one can browse through the live and silent auction items. There are a number of fantastic auction items up for bid this year.  Some of these items include:  4’ Statue of Mary, Gourmet Italian Dinner for 8, Progressive Mexican Dinner for 8, Chainsaw Carved Bear, 40” HDTV, 3 Tickets to Seahawks vs Vikings, and other exciting items.
A few tickets are still available for this jovial event.  For more information or to purchase tickets call Summit Academy at 208.962.5650 or Ned & Heidi Waters at 208.962.7250.
Don’t miss all the fun "Under the Big Top" at this year's Mystery Night.  See you there!

Summit loses twice at G’ville tri-match
The Summit Lady Patriots had a tri-match at Grangeville Thursday, Sept. 20 where they wee beaten by both Grangeville in a non-league match and Deary in a league match.
Deary swept them by scores of 13-25, 10-25 and 10-25 to keep the Patriots winless in White Pine League Division 2 play.
Grangeville also swept the Patriots by scores of 7-25, 12-25, 12-25.

Summit swept by Kendrick
The Summit Lady Patriots were competitive in 2 of the 3 games but were still swept in a league match by Kendrick Monday, Sept. 24 at Cottonwood.
Scores were 21-25, 9-25 and 19-25.Megan Rehder winds up for a spike against Kendrick as Megan Seubert and the Summit bench watch.
Summit actually led for much of the first game but ran into a hot server late in the game.
Summit led by as many as 6 at 13-7 after a 4-point service run by Sarah Chmelik that included 3 aces  with Megan Seubert stuffing a Kendrick spike for the other point.
Kendrick cut the lead to 16-15 but Summit pushed it back to 4 at 21-17.
Kendrick then scored the sideout and Kendrick’s Connie Towne was able to serve out the match with 7 straight serves where Summit was unable to get the ball back over the net.
Summit was never in the second game as Kendrick built leads of 1-4, 2-10, 4-17 and 6-22.
The third game saw Summit keep it close but they could never grab the lead. 
They rallied from a 7-13 deficit to within 1 at 12-13 as Ashlee Stubbers served a couple of aces while Seubert and Rachael Frei each added a kill.
Kendrick then scored the sideout and pushed the lead to 12-17.
Summit again rallied with Seubert serving a couple of aces and Chmelik adding a kill to within 1 at 16-17 before Kendrick ended the run.
For the match Seubert had 7 kills including 3 blocks with 1 assist and 3 aces. Chmelik had 6 kills, 2 assists and 4 aces. Rachel Waters had 3 assists, 4 kills and 2 aces. Frei had 3 assists, 3 kills and an ace. Megan Rehder had 2 assists, 3 kills and 3 aces. Julia Osborne had 3 kills and 1 assist. Kaitlyn Stubbers had 2 kills. Ashlee Stubbers had 2 aces.
In the JV match Summit split with the Tigers 26-24, 18-25 as they only played two games due to many of the players on both squads doing double duty on both JV and varsity.
For writeups of the matches Sept. 18 against Prairie and Highland see Prairie girls sports page.
Summit’s Rachael Frei powers into a serve in the match against Kendrick.
Summit’s Megan Seubert makes a block against Highland.

JV time is 6 p.m. with varsity to follow, except where indicated. 
28-Nezperce, here, lost 1-3
30-Deary, there, lost 0-3
  6-Nezperce, there, lost 0-3
11-Tri-Match at Prairie: vs. Genesee, 6:30 p.m.; vs. Prairie, 8 p.m., lost to Genesee 0-3, lost to Prairie 0-3, details next week.
15-Grangeville Tournament, TBA, lost to Grangeville 0-2, lost to Nezperce 1-2, lost to Prairie 0-2, lost to Highland 1-2
18-Tri-match at Prairie: vs. Highland, 6:30 p.m.; vs. Prairie 8 p.m., lost to Highland 0-3, lost to Prairie 0-3, details next week
20-Deary, Grangeville at Grangeville High,  lost 0-3 to Deary, lost 0-3 to Grangeville
24-Kendrick, here (rescheduled from 9/13),  lost 0-3 to Kendrick
27-Timberline, here
  1-Kendrick, there
  2-Highland, there
  4-Timberline, there
  9-Kamiah, there, V only, 4 p.m.
11-Logos, there
13-20-District, TBA
26-27-State at Twin Falls

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