A sluggish Shoreline
CC Volleyball team dropped a match to Whatcom CC on Wednesday night in the SCC
Gym, 3-2, as SCC still looked tired from its long weekend marathon tournament
at Mt. Hood last Friday and Saturday.
SCC won the opening set of the match 25-20, but
WCC came right back to win the second match 25-17. SCC took control of the
match by coming back to win the third game,
27-25, but Whatcom would not quit and dropped SCC in the 4th set, 25-21.
Whatcom jumped out to a quick lead in the 5th and deciding game and SCC could
not come back and lost 15-10.
Jazmyn Ray led SCC with 16 kills and Hannah Stoeve
had 14. Lisa Day added 13 kills with 3 ace serves and Amanda Arnoux rounded out
the SCC offense with 12 kills. Setter Christine Jenson had 51 assists for SCC.
SCC is now 21-10 on the season, 6-2 in the NWAACC
Northern Region. SCC is in second place in the region and finishes the season
on the road, at Everett CC on Friday night and at Bellevue College next Tuesday
SCC honored six sophomore players on the night,
playing their last home games in SCC gym. Lisa Day, Christine Jenson, Kelly
Klebeck, Amanda Arnoux, Hannah Stoeve and Laura Postor are in their last year
for SCC after putting together two very successful seasons for SCC.
SCC Volleyball Played Final Home Game of Year