Meadowdale volleyball beats Oak Harbor for fifth at state

LACEY — Meadowdale defeated Oak Harbor in four sets to earn fifth-place honors at the 3A State Volleyball Tournament on Saturday.

Earlier in the day the Wildcats, paced by Kayleigh Harper’s 15 kills, four blocks and 10 digs, swept Shadle Park. The Mavs defeated Seattle Prep behind Tara Fishback’s 38 assists and four wins in Meadowdale’s loser-out matchup.

At Saint Martin’s University

Meadowdale 25 17 25 25 — 3

Oak Harbor 12 25 20 18 — 1

Highlights—Meadowdale: Tara Fishback 38 assists; Gabrielle Mahler 11 Kills, 12 Digs; Sloane Morrison 15 Kills, 8 Digs; Kaylan Cummins 13 Kills, 7 Digs. Oak Harbor—Not reported. Records—Meadowdale 16-5 overall. Oak Harbor 8-12.

At Saint Martin’s University

Shadle Park 21 16 22 — 0

Oak Harbor 25 25 25 — 3

Highlights—Shadle Park: not reported. Oak Harbor; Haley Beecher 31 assists; Kayleigh Harper 15 kills, 4 blocks, 10 digs; Claire Anderson 10 kills; Natalie McVey 10 digs; Deanna Ruben 12 digs. Records—Shadle Park not reported. Oak Harbor 8-12.

At Saint Martin’s University

Meadowdale 25 20 25 25 — 3

Seattle Prep 22 25 21 20 — 1

Highlights—Meadowdale: Tara Fishback 38 assists, 4 aces; Sloane Morrison 19 kills, 16 digs; Kaylan Cummins 13 kills, 10 digs; Amy Rickel 28 digs. Seattle Prep: not reported. Records—Meadowdale 16-5 overall. Seattle Prep not reported.

At home school or alternate site

Meadowdale 25 22 25 25 — 3

Oak Harbor 12 25 20 18 — 1

Highlights—Meadowdale: not reported. Oak Harbor: not reported. Records—Meadowdale 17-5 overall. Oak Harbor 8-13.

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