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Meadowdale volleyball takes seventh at state

  • Meadowdale senior Lindsey Milner tries to tip the ball over the net between Keniwick's Carlee Rhodes (4) and Torie Szendre (2) during action at the 3A...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Meadowdale senior Lindsey Milner tries to tip the ball over the net between Keniwick's Carlee Rhodes (4) and Torie Szendre (2) during action at the 3A state volleyball tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey on Saturday Nov. 12.

  • Meadowdale senior Emily Denham (5) reaches up to spike the ball past Keniwick's Torie Szendre (2) while Meadowdale sophomore Tara Fishback (11) watche...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Meadowdale senior Emily Denham (5) reaches up to spike the ball past Keniwick's Torie Szendre (2) while Meadowdale sophomore Tara Fishback (11) watches during action at the 3A State Tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey on Saturday Nov. 12.

  • The Meadowdale Mavericks from left, Madison Norton, Julianne Kossian (6), Kate Stevens (1), Malorie Mahler (8), Hailey Hullin (14), Amy Rickel (4) and...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    The Meadowdale Mavericks from left, Madison Norton, Julianne Kossian (6), Kate Stevens (1), Malorie Mahler (8), Hailey Hullin (14), Amy Rickel (4) and head coach Meghen Shrum celebrate as they win the match on Saturday morning against Kenniwick at the 3A state volleyball tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey.

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  • Meadowdale senior Lindsey Milner tries to tip the ball over the net between Keniwick's Carlee Rhodes (4) and Torie Szendre (2) during action at the 3A...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Meadowdale senior Lindsey Milner tries to tip the ball over the net between Keniwick's Carlee Rhodes (4) and Torie Szendre (2) during action at the 3A state volleyball tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey on Saturday Nov. 12.

  • Meadowdale senior Emily Denham (5) reaches up to spike the ball past Keniwick's Torie Szendre (2) while Meadowdale sophomore Tara Fishback (11) watche...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Meadowdale senior Emily Denham (5) reaches up to spike the ball past Keniwick's Torie Szendre (2) while Meadowdale sophomore Tara Fishback (11) watches during action at the 3A State Tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey on Saturday Nov. 12.

  • The Meadowdale Mavericks from left, Madison Norton, Julianne Kossian (6), Kate Stevens (1), Malorie Mahler (8), Hailey Hullin (14), Amy Rickel (4) and...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    The Meadowdale Mavericks from left, Madison Norton, Julianne Kossian (6), Kate Stevens (1), Malorie Mahler (8), Hailey Hullin (14), Amy Rickel (4) and head coach Meghen Shrum celebrate as they win the match on Saturday morning against Kenniwick at the 3A state volleyball tournament at St. Martin's University in Lacey.

LACEY -- Meadowdale finished seventh at the 3A state tournament with wins over Kennewick and Timberline on Saturday.
After the Mavericks defeated Kennewick in four sets (25-23, 25-21, 13-25 and 25-22), the squad swept Timberline by scores of 25-12, 26-24 and 25-19.
Lindsey Milner had 20 kills and 18 digs and Payton Shrum had 38 assists and 14 digs for the Mavericks in their match against Kennewick.
Glacier Peak, which beat Mercer Island on Friday for its first-ever victory at state, lost a back-and-forth contest to Timberline in the consolation bracket on Saturday, ending its run at a trophy. The Grizzlies lost the first two sets to Timberline (25-19, 26-24), only to make a run of their own over the third and fourth sets (25-16, 25-18). Timberline, which eventually took eighth place, won the fifth set 15-10 to win the match.

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