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Noxon volleyball gets win

by Annie Wooden

The Noxon Red Devils played their last home game of the season last Thursday, dominating Two Eagle River in three sets, 25-7, 25-16, 25-11.

It was a night of celebration for Noxon as they recognized Breast Cancer Awareness Month in their pink jerseys and honored Aubrey Erwin and Emily Brown for senior night.

In the first set of the evening, Brown served nine points in a row before Two Eagle River got a side out. The Red Devils made it through a full rotation before Brown served up the last three points of the set for the win. The second set, Two Eagle River was a bit tougher competition for the Red Devils, staying within five points of Noxon for much of the set before the home team strengthened their lead to get a two-set advantage.

The third set was all about the seniors, as Brown kicked it off by serving 10 straight points before Two Eagle River got a side out and Erwin served the last two points to seal the win.

This week, the Red Devils will compete at the District 14C tournament in Ronan.


The Hot Springs volleyball team ended their regular season with a win at Darby on Saturday. The contest went five sets, with Darby winning the first set 25-19 before the Savage Heat came back and won the second by the same score. Darby took a 2-1 lead as they captured the third set 25-17, but Hot Springs was determined to get a win as they came back and won two straight sets, 25-14, 158.


The Trotters played host to Bigfork last Tuesday in their final game of the regular season. Plains fell in three sets, 25-20, 25-15, 25-20. Plains will face Eureka in their first game of the District 7B tournament on Friday in Thompson Falls.


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