Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Cutthroat spikers host Richfield tonight

Busy first week

     The Community School volleyball team coached by Kristyn Rutland has started a busy week of three conference matches this week—just as school starts for 2013-14.

     Rutland’s Cutthroats visited Murtaugh Tuesday night, then entertain the Richfield Tigers today, Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Fish Tank in Sun Valley and Castleford on Thursday, also at 6 p.m. on the home floor.

     All are 4th District 1A Division 2 matches as the eight-school Northside Conference starts narrowing down its field to two state tourney berths.



     Head coach—Kristyn Rutland (4th year). Assistant coach—Lauren Bourgeau.

     Seniors (3)—Jolie Blair (5-6 outside hitter/opposite), Devon Sherrerd (5-9 middle blocker) and Allison Fluetsch (5-9 middle blocker).

     Junior (1)—Emily Ehret (5-7 outside hitter).

     Sophomores (2)—Darby David (5-5 setter) and Hope Perkins (5-8 opposite).

     Freshmen (4)—Grace Cherp (5-8 middle blocker/outside hitter), Savannah Inman (5-2 setter), Adele Stireman (5-6 opposite) and Tara Ware (5-4 outside hitter).




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