Volleyball Finishes Strong

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Photo courtesy of Gary Chidester

Photo courtesy of Gary Chidester

On November 1 and 2, Snow College went up against Utah State-Eastern (USU-E) and Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) closing out the regular season on the road. In both matches Snow College won: 3-1 against USU-E, and 3-0 against CNCC. The Lady Badgers had a total count of 93 kills over the weekend.

In their last two home matches of the season, on Oct. 25 and 26, the Lady Badgers came up short against very strong teams from Idaho. They faced College of Southern Idaho on Oct. 25 in a tough five-set match, 19-25, 25-23, 25-21, 15-25, 9-15, losing to the Golden Eagles three sets to two.

On Oct. 26, Snow College played another intense five-set match against North Idaho College. The Badgers and Cardinals battled back and forth with the Cardinals taking the first set 25-13, and Snow College winning the next two sets 25-22, 25-23. The Cardinals tied things up winning the fourth set, 25-23. The final set was intense and well-fought for both teams, with Snow’s Madi Packard firing a service ace-to earn the win 15-13.

When asked about playing two five-set matches in consecutive days, Lady Badger Delayne Daniels said, “That shows all of our hard work. To go five games is tough. I am so proud of us!”

Cheyenne Davis is passionate about education and her family. She like to laugh and have fun, longboard, photography, playing cards, frisbee, and cross-stitch. She has climbed the 45 ft rock wall on campus in 50 seconds and has entered into the one minute club. Her favorite foods are spicy mexican food, pickles, chocolate milk, fruit. She avoids blueberries, onions, and asparagus. In high school she was the editor of the yearbook and she continues this journalistic tradition as a writer for the Snowdrift.

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