Volleyball season ends at regionals

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The varsity volleyball team has continued its strong performance this season, and had a standing record of 23-5 as of mid-October.  
  “Our kids are doing a great job of being a team and supporting each other,” said Kelly Harwick, head coach. “We are at the point in the season where your record doesn’t matter because everyone in our league is comparable and anyone can beat anyone on a given night.”
  Sept. 19 the team played Coeur d’Alene at Booth Hall and won three matches out of four. That same week  the lady Bengals played against Clarkston High School at Booth Hall Sept. 21, and won in three out of three matches. Sept. 23 the Bengals traveled to play Sandpoint at Sandpoint High School and won three out of the four matches.
  The following week the Bengals played Lake City High School Sept. 26 at Booth Hall, losing in three matches. The varsity Bengals also played Moscow High School Sept. 28 at Booth Hall, and won three matches out of three.
  “We work really well together,” said Ashlee Bachman, junior.  “We are a very strong team personality-wise. We start fast and we have a lot of energy.”
  This month the Bengals traveled to Pullman High School to play Pullman Oct. 2 and won three matches out of four. Oct. 5, the team went to Coeur d’Alene High School and played Coeur d’Alene, winning three matches out of five.  Finishing that week,  Sandpoint players traveled to Booth Hall to play the Bengals Oct. 7, and the Bengals won three matches
  The following week, the lady Bengals traveled to Post Falls High School to play Post Falls Oct. 10, but lost all three matches.   
  This was the last regular game of the season, leaving senior player, Mikiah Carpenter, with hopes for success at districts.
  “I expect that we will put up a good fight, and we will have the ability to go farther,” Carpenter said.  
Oct. 14 the Bengals played Post Falls in their first regionals game and lost in three at Booth Hall.
Oct. 17 the team played Coeur d’Alene at Booth Hall and lost its second regionals game in three, which ended the season for the varsity Bengal ladies.

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Volleyball season ends at regionals