EC Volleyball’s Successful Season

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Eastside Catholic Varsity Volleyball pictured after winning the Metro Championships

Sofia Perrina, Insider staff

Eastside Catholic Varsity Volleyball experienced one of their most successful seasons this year. The team went on to win as Metro and District champions.

On Saturday, Nov. 9, Eastside Catholic Volleyball played a deciding game against Bishop Blanchet for the Metro League title. They ended up winning in a shutout 3-0.

Next was Districts, they started off well, winning 3-1 against Ballard, they then moved on to play Seattle Prep, to whom they had previously lost to in EC’s annual NOFA game, winning 3-0. Next was the deciding game where tension ran high as they would fight for their title. They fought head-to-head to barely beat Roosevelt 3-2.

Next was the was the biggest tournament of the year, 16 teams fighting for the ultimate title in high school volleyball. Eastside Catholic began their tournament playing Kelso where they eventually lost 3-2. Despite their loss, they were still in the fight for third place all they had to do was win the next two games to advance. They started off well, winning 3-1 against Gig Harbor. Next came rival Seattle Prep. Eastside Catholic just fell short of winning with Seattle Prep beating them 3-1.

Eastside Catholic Varsity volleyball fought valiantly, winning two titles and just falling short of winning a third. With the end of the season comes the time for the Class of 2020 to say goodbye and look back on their careers in Eastside Catholic Athletics. Seniors Tara Reynolds, Courtney Bacich, and Sophia Meyers will be greatly missed for their talent and joy they bring to the team. After high school, Senior Sophia Meyers will go on to attend the University of Montana where she will play Division I Volleyball.