Mystery Night is held
Many friends, supporters and benefactors joined the families of Summit Academy on Saturday for the 17th annual Mystery Night themed Hot Rod Fever.  Once again, the decorating crew led by Shirley and Ken Stubbers transformed the Greencreek Community Hall into a hot rod lover’s dream with checkered flags and multi-colored flames lining every wall.  
The event, co-chaired by Ned and Heidi Waters and Maurice and Heather Seubert began with time for socializing and enjoying food prepared by volunteers led by Jeanne Stubbers and Linda Beckman.  Many guests played the side game created by Bo and Amy Rose and Eric Wassmuth.  Drivers sat in a race car simulator and tested their response time in hitting the gas when the light turned green.  Michael Waters was the winner for the evening with a reflex time of .003 and received 100 lottery tickets.
Alea Wassmuth and the entire prize committee did a fabulous job displaying the donated items up for live and silent bidding as well as the prizes given to each 10th person whose name was drawn for elimination from the raffle.  So many generous businesses and individuals donated items that it was necessary to put up a large tent outside in order to accommodate all of the items.  The most sought after items including:  A 3’ tall bronze finish statue of Mary, 3 Seattle Seahawk tickets, a progressive dinner, a Cajun style seafood boil dinner, and a 50 oz. silver bar were auctioned off by Rick Musick.  
One-by-one 350 names were drawn from the tumbler and announced by emcee’s Kevin Rehder and Norm Sonnen.  Each of those ticket holders were eliminated from the raffle, but every 10th name called out came up on stage and chose a prize valued at $100.  The excitement and anticipation grew as only 10 names were remaining.  But those last 10 people had to wait while the Hot Rod Sweepstakes committee led by Bo Rose and Eric Wassmuth finally drew the name of the Summit Academy Hot Rod winner.  The lucky owner of the 1933 Ford Coupe Replica is Tim Orsborn Jr. of Pasco, WA.  
Finally, the last 10 Mystery Night ticket holders were called out and enthusiastically welcomed onto the stage by the Summit Academy alumni.  The elimination process continued as each of these final 10 names was drawn out one at a time.  Each of those ticket holders was given a consolation prize as the alumni performed skits to add to the anticipation and fun.  Joanne Sonnen was the last name left in the tumbler and the winner of $10,000 in gift certificates to be used at the Mystery Night sponsors:  Lindsley’s Furniture and Appliance, Sonnen Meats, Les Schwab Tire Center–Grangeville, Intermountain Feed & Mercantile,    Hoene Hardware, B & A Performance Auto, Chesky Woodworking, and Cottonwood Foods.

Summit wins 1 of 3
The Summit volleyball team won 1 of 3 matches last week, beating Highland in 4 games at Craigmont Tuesday, Sept. 30 then dropping a pair of matches to Grangeville and Kendrick at a tri-match at Grangeville Thursday, Oct. 2.
At Highland
In a league match at Highland, Summit evened their season series with the Huskies by winning 25-9, 25-12, 22-25, 25-15.
Ally Sonnen led the Summit attack with 10 kills and 5 blocks while Megan Seubert had 6 kills, 3 blocks and 2 aces, Rachel Waters had 24 assists and served 100 percent and Lauren Stubbers had 3 kills and 3 aces.
At Grangeville tri-match
At the tri-match in Grangeville, Summit lost a league matchup to Kendrick 16-25, 14-25, 14-25.
They also lost to the host Bulldogs, no score available.
Summit is now 3-7 on the season and 2-6 in league play.

Rachel Waters sets the ball in Summit’s match at Highland. Also shown are Megan Seubert, Lauren Stubbers and Lucy Osborn. Photo by Steve Wherry.

Summit Varsity Volleyball Schedule
28-Kamiah, there, 4:30 p.m., won 3 games to 0
4-Highland* at Highland, 6 p.m., lost 2 games to 3
6-JV Tournament @ Genesee, 8 a.m., tournament champions!
9-Kendrick, there, 6 p.m., lost 0 games to 3
11-Deary* at Highland, 7 p.m., lost 1 game to 3
13-V Tournament @ Grangeville, 9 a.m.
16-Timberline, there, 6 p.m., won, no info available
18-Nezperce, there, 6 p.m., lost 2 games to 3
27-Logos, there, 2 p.m., lost 1 game to 3
30-Highland, there, 6 p.m., won 3 games to 0
2-Tri-Match @ Grangeville, 5 p.m., lost to Kendrick 0 games to 3; lost to Grangeville no scores available
7-Deary, there, 6 p.m. lost 0 games to 3, more info next week
9-Timberline* at Highland, 6 p.m.
11-Tri-Match at Highland, 5 p.m.
14-Nezperce* at Prairie Elementary, Senior Night, 7 p.m.

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