Charlo spikers capture Mineral County Shootout title

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  • Charlo won the Mineral County Shootout volleyball tourney title last Saturday. Team members are, front row from left, Bella Hawk, Kassidi Cox, Aubrey Doty, Carlee Fryberger and Brooke Alder; and back row, Kaitlin Cox, Liev Smith, Connor Fryberger, Kira McPhail, Teaira Truman, Destiny Manuel and Allie Delaney and coach Rhondell Volinkaty. Not pictured: assistant coach Tricia Anderson and manager Tyrah Hammond.

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    A Charlo hitter sends the ball over an attempted block during the Lady Vikings' match against Lincoln in the Mineral County Shootout.

  • Charlo won the Mineral County Shootout volleyball tourney title last Saturday. Team members are, front row from left, Bella Hawk, Kassidi Cox, Aubrey Doty, Carlee Fryberger and Brooke Alder; and back row, Kaitlin Cox, Liev Smith, Connor Fryberger, Kira McPhail, Teaira Truman, Destiny Manuel and Allie Delaney and coach Rhondell Volinkaty. Not pictured: assistant coach Tricia Anderson and manager Tyrah Hammond.

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    A Charlo hitter sends the ball over an attempted block during the Lady Vikings' match against Lincoln in the Mineral County Shootout.

Charlo High School emerged with the championship from the 12-team Mineral County Shootout volleyball tournament held last Saturday in Superior and St. Regis.

The Lady Vikings won seven of their nine pool play games. After winning just one of three games against Noxon, Charlo swept both Lincoln and Hot Springs.

The 7-2 pool play mark allowed the Lady Vikings to advance to four-team bracket play. They defeated Thompson Falls in two sets in the semifinals, then dispatched the Clark Fork Mountain Cats 25-15 and 25-23 in the title match. Thompson Falls topped Darby 25-17 and 25-14 to claim third place.

The teams in the St. Regis pool were Seeley-Swan, St. Regis, Darby, Arlee, Plains and Thompson Falls. In the Superior pool were Lincoln, Clark Fork, Hot Springs, Victor, Noxon and Charlo.

Overall, the tournament went well without any problems, according to Superior Athletic Director Chris Clairmont.

The Class C volleyball season is nearly half over with Districts starting on Oct. 25 and 26. District 14 play will be held in Hot Springs, and District 13 is at Valley Christian in Missoula.

Mineral County Shootout Scoreboard

At St. Regis:

Seeley over St. Regis: 15-12; 15-7; 15-14

Darby over Arlee: 5-15; 15-14; 13-15

Thompson Falls over Plains: 15-11; 15-11; 13-15

Darby over St. Regis: 15-4; 15-5; 15-10

Plains over Arlee: 10-15; 15-14; 15-14

Thompson Falls over Seeley: 15-9; 15-9; 15-12

Plains over St. Regis: 15-11; 15-13; 15-9

Darby over Thompson Falls: 15-14; 15-13; 9-15

AT SUPERIOR:

Clark Fork over Lincoln: 15-2; 15-6; 15-9

Hot Springs over Victor: 15-14; 15-7; 15-8

Noxon over Charlo: 15-13; 7-15; 15-14

Hot Springs over Clark Fork: 15-5; 9-15; 15-11

Noxon over Victor: 15-9; 14-15; 15-10

Charlo over Lincoln: 15-7; 15-6; 15-5

Clark Fork over Noxon: 15-12; 15-11; 15-10

Charlo over Hot Springs: 15-14; 15-9 15-14

Lincoln over Victor: 15-8; 15-9; 15-13

Championship Semifinals

Charlo over Thompson Falls; 25-20; 25-11

Clark Fork over Darby; 25-21; 26-21; 17-15

CONSOLATION MATCH

Thompson Falls over Darby: 25-17, 25-14

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

Charlo over Clark Fork: 25-15, 25-23

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