There hasn’t been a team that has dominated the league like Blue Mountain has since Mt. Hood won three consecutive titles from 2000 to 2002. Spokane Falls CC was the first to accomplish the feat (1980-1982) and Highline from 1985-1987.
The Timberwolves were absolutely perfect in the tournament winning 15 sets and losing none.
The closest set score they faced was a pair of 25-23 set wins over top-ranked Olympic. And they swept runner-up Spokane, a very solid team, in six straight sets over two matches – The closest the Sasquatch could get to BMCC was a pair of 25-20 sets.
The Timberwolves opened the championship match with a convincing 25-11 set win before reeling off two more wins 25-18 and 25-20.
|Sierra Linke was named tournament MVP|
Tournament MVP Sierra Linke turned in 7 kills along with Madi Harris’ team high 9 kills and Brittney Fielder’s 7 kills. Harris and Fielder were on fire for the match with 44% and 58% kill efficiencies. Linke easily led the Timberwolves with 56 kills (3.73 kps avg) over the course of the tournament.
2013 tournament MVP Sam Odren had 20 assists while Klaree Hobart was amazing on defense in the title match with 28 digs.
Alyssa Carnes and Amorelle Applin blocked 5 kills apiece to add to BMCC’s dominate defense while three other Timberwolves recorded 3 blocks each.
|BMCC head coach Dave Baty was named COY|
Spokane was led on offense by Korrie Stephenson who had a match high 10 kills while setters Emily Russell and Madison Zinsli fueled the offense with 15 assists each. Lizzy Ridley and Jacy Vining combined for 36 digs.
BMCC ends their season with a 50-4 overall record while Spokane finishes 35-13.
Timberwolves head coach Dave Baty was named NWAC Coach of the Year.
MVP – Sierra Linke – Blue Mountain
Amorelle Applin – Blue Mountain
Madi Harris – Blue Mountain
Jacy Vining – Spokane
Jenna Widman – Spokane
Colby Barnette – Olympic
Sierra VeraCruz – Clackamas
Sam Odren – Blue Mountain
Korrie Stephenson – Spokane
Ashlee Trane – Olympic
Bre Gibbons – Clackamas
Tasi Peredo – Tacoma
Marandah Boeder – Chemeketa
Danielle Smullin – Bellevue
Natalia Sulantay – Everett
Katie Bentson – Linn-Benton
Kiana Calles – Skagit Valley
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(Action photos courtesy of Tournament Director Duncan Stevenson)