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For the week of November 21 - 27, 2001


Sports Summary

Price tops ‘Yotes offense, defense

It was a tough ending to an excellent season for the Albertson College women’s volleyball team and its star attacker and top defensive player, Kristyn Price of Bellevue.

Albertson (18-13) lost twice and fell from contention in the NAIA Pacific Northwest Region 1 volleyball tournament last Thursday and Friday at Helena, Mt. A heartbreaking five-game marathon loss to Frontier Conference champion Carroll College (26-7) Thursday took the wind out of the ‘Yotes attack—and Albertson lost in three games to Southern Oregon (18-8) on Friday.

Wood River High School graduate Price played a stellar match with a team-high 20 kills and 25 digs against Carroll College. It was Price’s third 20-20 match of the season. She ended up leading the Coyotes on the attack with 508 kills for the season (4.54 per game) and 377 digs (3.37 per game).


Sturtevant wraps LCSC career

Hailey’s Amy Sturtevant wrapped up a fine four-year volleyball career for the Lewis-Clark State College Warriors last week at the NAIA Region 1 volleyball meet in Helena, Mt.

Sturtevant, 21, was a 5-7 senior defensive specialist for the Warriors. She played 111 games this season and was ranked fourth on the team with 284 digs (2.56 per game). The 1998 Wood River High School graduate is a kinesiology major at the Lewiston college.

Lewis-Clark (27-5 overall, 13-1 Frontier Conference) won its first tournament game over Simon Fraser Friday at Helena. But the Warrior season ended with two tough five-game losses to Concordia (Ore.) and Southern Oregon later Friday and on Saturday.


Men’s basketball meeting

There is an organizational meeting for the Sutton and Sons Men’s Basketball League on Monday, Nov. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Wicked Spud in Hailey. The get-together is for all interested players and referees. For details, call Lewis Garza, 788-2015.


Too many OTs for Mary

Four times playing overtime wasn’t the charm for the University of Mary football team during the first round of the NAIA football playoffs Saturday in Bismarck, N.D.

Ranked seventh in the country, coach Myron Schulz’s Mary Marauders (9-1) saw their undefeated season come crashing down with a 27-21 overtime home loss to the University of Sioux Falls. It was Mary’s fourth OT game, but the Marauders had won the first three.

Two Wood River High School graduates were members of the Mary grid team. They were 6-2, 195-pound senior quarterback Paul Goicoechea and 6-0, 185-pound freshman QB Cory Goicoechea, both of Bellevue.


Taekwondo in Boise

The Sun Valley Taekwondo competition team participated in a local meet at Boise State University earlier this month.

Gold medalists in sparring were Kayla Ayala, Katie Seville, Zack Lowry and Matt Van Zeipel. Silver—Jesse Ayala, Cameron Rendahl, Mary Van Zeipel, Britton Stevenson. Bronze—Chris Campeau.

Taking home gold medals for forms were Jesse Ayala, Kassie Ayala, Mary Van Zeipel, Syringa Stark, Evan Hess, Matt DeCarufel. Silver—Cameron Rendahl, Zack Engkraf, Ashley Rendahl, Sage Pressman. Bronze—Kayla Ayala, Max Monahan, Katie Seville, Kira Kefer.


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