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North Kitsap's Baugh, Weber led Vikings volleyball at State | Slideshow

OLYMPIA — North Kitsap's Sarah Baugh and Nicole Weber led the Viking volleyball team in its second State appearance in program history Nov.11-12.

The team was 1-1 during the first two rounds of the 2A State Championships Nov. 11. Defeating East Valley (3-2) and later losing to White River (3-0) and a chance at the State title.

Of the teams the Vikings played — East Valley, White River and Pullman — White River and Pullman went on to place in the tournament. White River took fourth place after losing to Selah High School (3-1). Pullman, which breezed past the Vikings (3-0) in a consolation bracket, took sixth when the team lost to Anacortes (3-2).

Burlington-Edison took the State title with a 3-1 win over Tumwater. The 2011 2A State Champions defeated Olympic High School 3-0, Pullman 3-0 and White River 3-1 to advance to the semifinals.

Though the Vikings goal was to place in the top eight, the team's single win against East Valley was another first for the team. Last season, when the 2010 team went to State for the first time in the program's history, the team lost 3-0 to Selah and Lynden high schools.

Game summaries

Nov. 11 — North Kitsap vs. East Valley (3-2): 25-21, 25-20, 22-25, 16-25, 15-13

Nov. 11 — North Kitsap vs. White River (0-3): 17-25, 20-25, 14-25

Nov. 12 — North Kitsap vs. Pullman (0-3): 15-25, 18-25, 17-25

Individual statistics

Nov. 11 — North Kitsap vs. East Valley: Sarah Baugh 18 kills, 15 assists, 9 digs; Nicole Weber 19 assists, 4 kills; Meaghan Houser 27 digs, 11 kills.

Nov. 11 — North Kitsap vs. White River: Baugh 14 kills, 10 digs, 4 assists; Weber 19 assists, 6 digs, 5 kills; Sarah Holt 9 digs, 3 kills; Jennifer Gell 19 digs.

Nov. 12 — North Kitsap vs. Pullman: Baugh 11 kills; Weber 14 assists; Gell 5 kills; Jacqueline Stenman 4 kills; Holt 2 kills.

 

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