Saints season comes to an end in Tacoma
|Edmonds (18, 25, 17)|
|Mt. Hood (25, 20, 15)|
The Mt. Hood Community College volleyball team saw its season come to an end Thursday night in Tacoma, but it wasn't without putting up a fight.
The Saints took both of their opponents the distance at the Northwest championship tournament, but were unable to come up with a victory in either matchup. The road ended with an 18-25, 25-20, 17-15 loss to Edmonds in the elimination bracket.
The Saints earned a pair of match points after the Tritons clipped the antennae with an attack late in the third set.
The Saints had a pair of match points coming.
Edmonds rose to the challenge when Ciera Hadden hit a deep ball over the defense to knot the score once more at 14-14.
An attack error by the Tritons would give Mt. Hood match point once more, but Edmonds won the last three points to stay alive in the tournament.
Macy Magri buried the final kill.
Mt. Hood overcame an early deficit to take the first set helped along by a late six-point service run by Karyssa Dugalo.
The teams traded the lead four times in the second set before Edmonds reeled off the final four points to even the match.
Look for expanded coverage ahead in our Tuesday, Nov. 21, print edition.