Charlo, Arlee, Mission tourney bound

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At Charlo on Senior Night, the Lady Vikings closed out their regular schedule in style against the visiting tough-as-nails Arlee Scarlets. The game would be a final test that would challenge their undefeated regular schedule slate, but Charlo proved to be up to the task and adjusted to the challenges that the Scarlets would throw their way.

The Lady Vikings seasoned seniors among the squad honored during the course of the evening included players Kaitlin Cox, Allie Delaney, Teaira Truman and Aubrey Doty. Injured senior Tyrah Hammond was also recognized as well as the conspicuous absence of Adriana Johnson, who would have been a senior playing with her teammates had she not succumbed to injuries sustained in an tragic traffic accident.

Both teams will now train their sights on the upcoming District 14C Tournament in Hot Springs, starting Thursday. Both the Lady Vikings as well as the Scarlets have drawn first-round byes. The Lady Vikings await the winner of fourth seed Noxon vs fifth seed Plains, while the Scarlets await the outcome of third seed Hot Springs vs. sixth seed St. Regis.

THE MISSION volleyball team captured a victory over Eureka in four sets to cap their Pink Night Saturday evening at Mission High School.

The Lady Bulldogs toppled Eureka in four games — 25-16, 24-26, 25-16, 25-22. The event, which was called “Paint It Pink, Play For Purple,” raised money for the Montana Cancer Institute Foundation.

Karolyna Buck led the team with a total of 12 kills for the Lady Bulldogs. Setter Hunter Eichert had 33 assists and a team-leading 24 digs. Afton Brander had four blocks, and Azia Umphrey finished the night with a grand total of four aces.

Mission’s record is currently 7-9 and 1-6 in the conference, and the Lady Bulldogs play their regular season finale at 7 p.m. Thursday at Troy High School.

Charlo def. Arlee 3-0

Charlo (10-0 14C, 16-0), Arlee (7-3 14C, 13-3)

Charlo def. Arlee 25-19 25-23 25-22

KILLS – A27 (Nellie Desjarlais 13), C35 (Kaitlin Cox 16, Bella Hawk 9). ACES – A3 (Louetta Conko-Camel, Tomi Brazill, Desjarlais), C13 (Bella Hawk 5, Teaira Truman 4). ASSISTS – A (Sydni Rogers ), C33 (Truman 31). BLOCKS – A4 (Noelle West 1), C3 (Truman, Allie Delaney, Liev Smith). DIGS – A133 (Emily Fiddler 34), C84 (Bella Hawk 20, Kaitlin Cox 16, Truman 16, L.Smith 15). (Th18Oct18)

Charlo def. Noxon 3-2

Charlo (9-0 14C, 15-0)

Charlo def. Noxon 18-25, 21-25, 25-17, 25-14, 15-11

KILLS – C50 (Kira McPhail 14, Kaitlin Cox 10), N32 (Kristina Brown 11, Delaney Weltz 11). ACES – C10 (Kaitlin Cox 4), N0. ASSISTS – C46 (Teaira Truman 41), N33 (Riley Richter 32). BLOCKS – C6 (Allie Delaney 3), N9 (Weltz 7). DIGS – C120 (Kaitlin Cox 37), N104 (Madi Koonce 29). (Tu16Oct18)

Arlee def. Plains 3-1

Arlee (7-2 14C, 13-2), Plains ( )

Arlee def. Plains 26-24, 25-27, 25-22, 25-23

KILLS – A31 (Noelle West 10), P51 (Kylee Altmiller 18). ACES – A11 (West 5), P9 (Hailey Josephson 4). ASSISTS – A25 (Sydni Rogers 25), P40 (Dakota Butcher 14, Josephson 14). BLOCKS – A14 (Nellie Desjarlais 6), P6 (Altmiller 4). DIGS – A115 (Emily Fiddler 22), P85 (Audrey Brown 23). (Tu16Oct18)

Lady Bulldogs sweep the week

Mission volleyball will have already wrapped their final conference match against Florence.

Mission def. Eureka 3-1

6B Mission (7-9), 7B Eureka ()

Mission def. Eureka 25-16, 24-26, 25-16, 25-22

St. Ignatius

KILLS – E27 (Maggie Graves 10), M35 (Karolyna Buck 12). ACES – E5 ( ), M10 (Azia Umphrey 4). ASSISTS – E20 (Avory Escobar 16) , M35 (Hunter Eichert 33). BLOCKS – E7 (Katie Schmidt 3), M8 (Afton Brander 4). DIGS – E63 (Graves 13), M77 (H.Eichert 24). (Sa20Oct18)

Mission def. Anaconda 3-2

Mission (1-6, 6-9)

Mission def. Anaconda 25-23, 23-25, 16-26, 28-26, 15-4

KILLS – M38 (Karolyna Buck 16), A35 (Arieona Mattson 10). ACES – M14 (Addison Arlint 3, Azia Umphrey 3, Courtney Mitchell 3), A12 (Mattson 4, Logan Stetzner 3). ASSISTS – M38 (Hunter Eichert 37), A26 (Stetzner 22). BLOCKS – M9 (Afton Brander 4), A4 (Isabell Saltenberger 2). DIGS – M119 (Caitlyn Sorrell 37), A66 (Lindsey Seitzinger 20, Stetzner 13). (Tu16Oct18)

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