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By Nathan Bourne

Lady Blackhawks Two and Out at Divisionals


November 9, 2017

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley-Swan Lady Blackhawks volleyball season came to a screeching end at the Western C Divisional Tournament Nov. 9-10 at Manhattan Christian.

The Lady Blackhawks fell to Plains, 11-25, 12-25 and 13-25 in the opening round. They then faced Manhattan Christian and were sent home, 17-25, 22-25 and 15-25.

Chloie Hanback and Tanisha Rhoades led the defense against Plains with 8 digs each while Ashley Miller and Chloe Robbins and Klaire Kovatch each had one stuff block. Miller and Robbins had a pair of kills each. Miller and Autumn Morse had the team’s 2 aces and Morse had 4 assists.

Morse led the Ladies against Manhattan Christian with 16 digs, 5 assists and a pair of aces. Kovatch scored on 5 kills and 3 stuff blocks.

Lady Blackhawks Head Coach Tammy Lewis isn’t letting the losses overshadow the accomplishments of the season. The team finished with an 11-10 record.

“Overall I am very proud of the way the girls played this season and what they were able to accomplish,” said Lewis. “Nothing can take away from how sweet that district championship was.”

Lewis continued, “With so many of our players that saw district and divisional play returning next season, we look forward to continuing to build on what we accomplished this season.”


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