Kamiak’s Grace Forster (14) and Jaclyn Janczakowski (15) go up for a block against Lake Stevens’ Hayley Muir (13) during a game on Oct. 10, 2017, at Lake Stevens High School. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Kamiak’s Grace Forster (14) and Jaclyn Janczakowski (15) go up for a block against Lake Stevens’ Hayley Muir (13) during a game on Oct. 10, 2017, at Lake Stevens High School. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Lake Stevens defeats Kamiak after stunning comeback

The Vikings remain undefeated after rallying from a two-set deficit to beat the Knights.

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