[9/26/16] Trojan Cross Country, Volleyball And Soccer Weekend Results
It was a great venue for the 3rd Annual Trojan Invite this Saturday with 7 schools representing the boys and girls varsity teams. On the Manson side, our newly acquired Conner Torgensen was the first Trojan in for the boys varsity with a time 18:39 and as well as Libbey Ireland, 23:24 for the girls. Manson faired well amongst the 7 teams placing 4th for the boys and 2nd with an incomplete team for the girls. New course recourse set by Novie McCabe from Liberty Bell for the girls in a time of 17:54 and Garrett Wilson from Tonasket with a time of 16:03 for the boys.
Manson XC Boys Team continues to build on their experience and maturity hoping to secure a state berth this coming season while the girl’s team struggles with the numbers, but looks for the spot in the individual category. Our Middle School runners are dominating the field right behind the powerhouse Liberty Bell and looking forward to high school competition. With exceptional good numbers and rare talent the Manson team look very promising for the future.
Manson volleyball hosted Entiat on Saturday and beat the Tigers in 3 sets- scores were: 25-15, 25-17, 25-12.
Manson had a great serving night at nearly 90% with 11 aces as a team.
Leading in kills were Baylee Ward with 10, Maddee Ward with 8 and Megan Clausen with 6.
Analexis Manjares led the team with 8 digs, Maddee Ward added 5.
Daicy Leyva served 15/16 and Baylee Ward served 9/9.
Saturday’s win brings Manson’s record to 6-0.
In JV action:
Manson beat Entiat with a 2-1 match split.
Scores were: 26-24, 16-25 and 25-20.
Leading the Trojans were Brensa Alonso with 3 kills and Lesly Alvarez, Devyn Smith, Abbie Reed and Jasmin Rodriguez each added 2.
Jasmine Rodriguez served 11/11 and Devyn Smith served 16/17 with 4 aces.
Manson will host Pateros Monday with JV at 5pm and varsity to follow (about 6:30pm).
The Lady Trojans got their first tie of the season against Omak this afternoon! After a dominating first half performance a mix up in the back allowed Omak to score against the run of play late in the first half.
However, the Lady Trojans continued to fight and a goal from freshman Anna Suarez sealed the draw for the girls.