Summit picks up first win
The Summit Lady Patriots picked up their first win of the season as they outlasted Highland in 5 sets at Craigmont Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Scores were 26-24, 20-25, 20-25, 25-21, 15-9.Normally a setter, Summitís Rachel Waters got a chance to spike the ball on this play in the Highland match. Also shown from near to far are Rachael Frei, Sarah Chmelik and Megan Rehder.
Highland led most of the way in the opening game after taking a 2-3 lead. Summit trailed by as many as 6 points at 8-14 and 9-15 before rallying back into the game.
Summit got a sideout to make it 18-20 with Rachel Waters headed to the service line. After a kill each by Sarah Chmelik and Rachael Frei Summit had tied the score. 2 aces by Waters later they were ahead for the first time since 2-1.
Highland came right back to tie the score but a kill by Frei put summit back on top. An ace by Megan Rehder gave Summit a game-point chance. 
Highland came back to tie the game at 24 but a kill by Frei gave Summit another game point chance and this time they cashed it in on a service ace by Chmelik.
In the second game Highland took control with an 8-point service run that turned an 11-11 tie into an 11-19 Highland lead and the Huskies were able to hold off Summit for a 5-point win.
In the third game Summit took an early 6-4 lead but Highland got another service run going and scored 7 straight for a 6-11 lead. 
Summit was able to get within 1 at 16-17 and later were able to tie the score at 20 after a 3-point service run by Chmelik that saw Julia Osborne and Megan Seubert each score a kill. 
Highland was able to sideout though and served out the game.
Down 1 game to 2 Summit promptly fell behind 1-5 but bounced back for a 10-5 lead behind the serving of Rehder who had 6 aces in an 8-point run.
Highland came back though and took back the lead at 12-13.
The lead changed hands a couple time with Highland holding a 17-19 lead when Chmelik scored on a tip and then moved to the service line.
Frei scored a kill to tie the game and a stuff and then a kill by Seubert made it 21-19.
A violation led to a sideout but Summit got the serve right back when Chmelikís service dig wound up being a kill.
2 aces by Frei made it 24-20 before Highland scored a sideout. Osborne then scored the game-winning kill to force a deciding fifth game.
Summit got off to a great start when Chmelik scored a kill and Frei followed with 3 service aces. A kill each by Rehder and Chmelik made it 6-0.
Highland cut the lead in half but a service dig by Frei for a kill ended the run. Two aces by Rehder and a kill each by Osborne and Chmelik made it 11-3.
Highland was able to cut the lead down to 3 at 12-9 before bricking a serve. Frei then served up 2 aces to give Summit the win.
Chmelik had 21 kills including 2 blocks plus 2 assists and 2 aces. Frei had 9 kills, 9 assists and 7 aces. Seubert had 9 kills including a block, 2 assists and 3 aces. Rehder had 6 kills, 1 assist and 11 aces. Osborne had 5 kills, 1 assist and 2 aces. Waters had 16 assists, 1 kill and 8 aces. Kaitlyn Stubbers had 1 ace.
Summit lost the JV match 24-26. 27-25, 7-15.
Highland scored the final 8 points in the third game, otherwise it was just as close as the first two games.

Summit swept at Timberline
The Summit Lady Patriots werenít able to get any carry-over from their first win of the season as they were swept by Timberline in a league match at Weippe Thursday, Oct. 4.
Timberline won by scores of 10-25, 11-25 and 19-25.
With the loss the Patriots drop to 1-16 on the season and finish league play at 1-9.
They were to play at Kamiah Tuesday, Oct. 9 and finish the regular season at Logos of Moscow on Thursday, Oct. 11.
The start District play at LCSC Saturday, Oct. 13.

Summit to play Kendrick Saturday
Summit will go into the Division 2 tournament as the #6 seed and will play the #3 seed Kendrick in a loser out match at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 at the LCSC Activity Center in Lewiston.
Following at 10:30 a.m. will be #5 seeded Highland against #4 seeded Timberline in another loser-out match.
The two winners will play again at 1 p.m. with the lowest surviving seed playing #1 Deary  and the other survivor playing #2 Nezperce. There will be a loser-out game and a winner to state game following at 2:30 p.m. The winner of the loser out game and the loser of the other game will play for second place at 7:30 Monday, Oct. 15. The winner of that game will advance to a state play-in game Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. MDT at McCall-Donnelly High School.
The 1A Division 1 State Tournament is set for Oct. 26 & 27 at Kimberly High School while the Division 2 State Tournament will be at Twin Falls High School on the same dates.

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, lost 0-3
  1-Kendrick, there, lost 2-3
  2-Highland, there, WON!!! 3-2
  4-Timberline, there, lost 0-3
  9-Kamiah, there, V only, 4 p.m., won 3-2, details next week
11-Logos, there
13-20-District, TBA
26-27-State at Twin Falls

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