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Page B-6 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 North Mason for consistent approach By EMILY HANSON "The energy was high emily@masoncoun~com in our gym and it helped our players to find suc- The North Mason vol- cess by supporting each leyball team last weekother," Lilly said. continued to try to find a The team followed the balance inits matches,victory with a 3-0 defeat The team first de- Sept. 25 in North Kitsap. feated Port Townsend on The Lady Vikings de- Sept. 23 in Belfair 25-9, feated North Mason 25- 25-27, 26-24, 25-18. 11, 25-4, 25-12. "We battled ourselves "We were played a more than ever," head great serve-receivegame, coach Kanoe Lilly said. our passing was very 'qEe are taking risks and consistent and our set- that can show up as er- ters worked well with the rors in our statistics. As passes, but our offense the team gets more corn- just couldn't find the fortable with a more com- court," Lilly said. "Again, petitive game, errors will we took risks with plays lessen." and saw some success, Senior middle blocker but our hitting errors out- Mikaela Shumaker led weighed the good plays." the team with seven kills, Despite the loss, four two blocks, seven digsLady Bulldogs served at and three aces, while se- 100 percent with no er- nior outside hitter Quincy rors. Satran added eight kills, Lilly said senior libero three blocks and five digs. Samantha Leaptrot led Sophomore outside the team in serve-receive hitter Jenna Rock con-and in defense with the tributed seven kills and top passing scores. two aces and junior set- North Mason (2-4) terTabitha Jones handed plays at 6:15 tonight at out 11 assists, home against Bremerton. By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun com The North Mason girls soccer team played at opposite ends of the competition spectrum last week. The Lady Bulldogs started their week with a 6-0 victory Sept. 23 at home against Port Townsend. '%Ve played well, but the game wasn't competitive," head coach Mitchell James said. Although both schools play in the Olympic League, Port Townsend is a 1A school and North Mason is a 2A school. Two North Mason girls scored two goals for the team. Sophomore Alyson Stites opened scored with a goal in the 19th minute. She also scored in the 71st minute. Junior Tegan Daviscourt scored in the 33rd and 45th minutes. Junior Raven Wolfe scored in the 47th minute and sophomore Madison Kadoun, playing up from the junior varsity roster, scored in the 51st minute. James said he couldn't say how definitively how many shots on goal the Lady Bulldogs attempted. During the game, the team had at least 20 attempts each half. "The Port Townsend keeper was very good and made a lot of saves," Journal photo by Emily Hanson North Mason sophomore Alyson Stites attempts a shot on goal Sept. 23 during the Lady Bulldogs' home game against Port Townsend at Phil Pugh Stadium in Belfair. he said. sive error. Port Townsend played with an "Al~r that, we defended very incomplete roster. Because the well and even had a good chance Lady Redhawks lacked the neces- to score at the very end," James sary players, North Mason allowed said. "North Kitsap passed the ball two junior varsity girls to play for around very well and we are not Port Townsend. the strongest team in possession." The team followed the victory with He said the Lady Bulldogs pre- a 3-0 loss Sept. 25 at North Kitsap. sented a strong counter attack. "Apart from the first 15 minutes, '%Ve had to be very patient when we played very well," James said. they had the ball and cut off their North Kitsap scored all three passing lanes,"he said. goals in the first 15 minutes. Two North Mason (1-2-1) plays at goals came from the comers and 6:45 p.m. today against Bremerton the third was credited to a defen- at Phil Pugh Stadium in Belfair. By EMILY HANSON Perry said. "I'm very ending his season. emily@masoncoun~com proud of all our guys,"It was a good win and happy that we could for us as it was the first Inatight contest that remain undefeated in match where we had to included three three-set league play so far this play without Andrew, matches, the Shelton season." so we are still finding boys tennis team came It ,was the first out the best way to set out on top. match for Shelton things up to give us the The Highclimbersde- since Andrew John- best chance to win," feated Wilson 5-0 Sept. son, one of the team'sPerry said. 25 in Tacoma. top returning players,Shelton's No. 2 sin- "This was a very closebroke his collarbone in gles, No. 1 doubles and match, despite winninga recent physical edu-No. 2 doubles matches 5-0," head coach John cation class accident,split sets. At No. 2 singles, Wil-Jamin Perry, at No. 1 warmed up and then liam Newman defeated doubles, defeated Ben proceeded to dominate Jeremiah Bullock 6-7 Miller and Louis Fox on the court, which (2-7), 6-2, 7-6 (7-3).6-7 (6-8), 6-2, 6-3. was nice to see." Perry called New- At No. 2 doubles, Danny Dracobly, man's performance "theKobe Bogh and Troy at No. 1 singles, con- match of the night." It Krumpols defeated Son trolled his match, Perry took three hours to com- Huynh and Taylor Tran said. Dracobly defeated plete. 6-7 (5-7), 6-2, 6-2. Tyshane Young 6-1, 6-1. "William stayed fo- "I can't remember Finally, at No. 3 cused and gave every- a time when we have doubles, Mark Vernon thing he had on the had three (tiebreak- and EthanPentonybeat court in his victory,"ers) in the first set and Dane Gainey and Brad Perry said. "I was very lost all three of them," Luong 7-5, 6-1. proud of the way he bat- Perry said. 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