Spartans advance to district tourney

  • Saturday, November 5, 2016 8:30am
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SEATTLE – The Bainbridge Spartans fought their way through the tough Metro volleyball tournament last week to advance to the SeaKing District Volleyball Tournament late this week in Seattle.

The Spartans forged a 3-1 victory over Chief Sealth early last week before advancing to face Roosevelt on Thursday.

Bainbridge lost the the Rough Riders 3-2, but not without a fight. Spartan Coach Holly Rohrbacher said the last game went to a 15-13 finale.

The Spartans rallied to beat Ballard 3-1 in a Saturday matchup at Chief Sealth High in Seattle.

In the following contest, however, BHS fell to Garfield, 3-1.

The SeaKing tourney is Nov. 3 through Nov. 5 at Juanita and Lakeside high schools.

The Spartans were scheduled to play Redmond in the first round of the tournament Thursday in a loser-out game.

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