Cellis leads Scots into postseason
Led by No. 1 singles player Ricardo Cellis, the Shorecrest Scots got play underway in the 3A Crossover tournament at Jackson High School Thursday, Oct. 18.
Cellis, a senior Brazilian exchange student, went 6-2 during the season. Filling the No. 2 singles spot for the Scots in the tournament is sophomore Jason Hollenbach-Landraitos.
The Scots No. 1 doubles entry of seniors Matt LaCourse and Brian Sharkey finished the year 4-1.
Juniors Mike Uppinghouse and Nathan Bright are the Scots’ No. 2 doubles offering.
Shorecrest finished 8-8 during the regular season in the Western Conference South Division.
“We had some real close matches,” coach Barry Majorowicz said. “They definitely showed some improvement all the way through so that was pleasing.”
Majorowicz said the Scots will be rebuilding next year after losing six of their top 10 players to graduation.
King’s volleyball ninth at Spokane tourney
King’s finished ninth at the Spokane Crossover Tournament at Lewis and Clark High School Oct. 12-13. The Knights, ranked second behind Colfax in the Class 1A state coaches’ poll, beat 4A Wenatchee and Skyview, before losing to 4A schools Mead and Walla Walla.