Mystery Night set for Oct. 3
Hear ye, hear ye!  All ye kings and queens, knights and nobles and peasants: thou hath been summoned to join the festivities of the 18th annual Mystery Night.  Your presence is requested at the Greencreek Community Castle on October 3rd for “A Knight to Remember”.  A $125 donation covers admission for you and your guest, two free drinks, a no-host bar and entry into the raffle.
The evening will be full of entertainment and renaissance fun. You may choose to test your archery skills or partake of the ale in the Sherwood Forest tavern.  The harvest feast will surely tempt you, or mayhap you wish to participate in the jousting or visit with the court jesters.
The castle doors open at 5pm, with silent auctions open throughout the evening for your browsing and bidding pleasure.  The live auction begins at 7pm.A few of our live auction items include: 7 night stay at a Mt. Hood resort, 3 tickets to Seahawks vs 49ers game on Nov. 22, gourmet wine & cheese evening, murder-mystery party, Isabella American Girl with accessories, and  3’ outdoor statue of Mary.
Following the auction, the e’en continues as the raffle tickets are drawn one by one.  Every tenth ticket is a winner granting that lucky person a trip on stage to select their prize.  The suspense grows as all but ten tickets are eliminated. These final ten all receive a prize.  The suspense is high as the mystery is finally revealed on our new $10,000 winner!  Perchance it will be you!
The grand prize of $10,000 can be redeemed at this year’s fine sponsors: Lindsley’s Furniture & Appliance; Sonnen Meats; Les Schwab Tire Center, Grangeville; B&A Performance Auto; Hoene Hardware; Cottonwood Foods; Chesky Woodworking; Intermountain Feed & Mercantile.
Only 350 tickets are sold, call today to reserve yours! Verily, it will be a night of carousing.  Thou would’st best be there.  Call Summit Academy at 962-5650 or visit and click the Mystery Night link to buy your ticket for “A Knight to Remember”.  Fare thee well!

Patriots pick up first win
The Summit Academy volleyball team had a 1-1 week as they picked up their first win of the season at Timberline on Tuesday, Sept. 8 and then lost at Logos on Saturday, Sept. 12.
At Timberline
Summit beat Timberline in 3 games by scores of 25-19, 26-24, and 25-11.
In the second game they were trailing 17-23 when Timberline bricked a serve and Summit outscored Timberline 9-1 to finish the game.
Ally Sonnen had 10 kills and 4 blocks to lead the Patriots with Lauren Stubbers adding 3 kills and 2 blocks.
Summit also won the JV contest 25-12, 25-11.
At Logos
The match at Logos was a different story as the Patriots were swept. No scores available.
Summit is now 1-3 both overall and in league.

Summit students celebrate Patriot Day on September 11th with a school spirit dress day.  Students were allowed to wear their Summit shirts or hats to celebrate the day.
Photo provided by Alea Wassmuth.

22-Jamboree at Orofino, 11 a.m.
27-vs. Deary at Highland, 6 p.m., lost 0 games to 3
  1-at Kendrick, 6 p.m., lost 1 game to 3
  8-at Timberline, 6 p.m., won 3 games to 1
12-at Logos, 2 p.m., lost 0 games to 3
15-at Nezperce (home match), 6 p.m., won 3 games to 0, details next week
17-at Highland, 6 p.m.
22-at Deary, 6 p.m.
24-Tri-Match vs. Kendrick and Grangeville at Grangeville, 5 p.m.
26-Tri-Matrch vs. Salmon River and Meadows Valley at Riggins, TBA
29-vs. Logos at Prairie Auxiliary Gym, 6 p.m.
  1-vs. Timberline at Prairie Auxiliary Gym, 6 p.m.
  5-at Clearwater Valley, 6 p.m.
  8-at Nezperce, 6 p.m.
13-at Highland, 6 p.m. (home match—Senior Night)
15-at Kamiah, 6 p.m.
17-22-District at LCSC

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