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"Summits’ fare well at volleyball State

The State volleyball tournament had the North Summit Braves pitted against the South Summit Wildcats on Saturday afternoon. The two teams had taken very different paths to arrive at that point, but nonetheless, both were just two victories away from the title.

North Summit, with a record of 12 and 6 and the Region 14 championship, were matched against a team that had come much further than people had expected. South Summit had a record of just 8 and 8 and had finished 3rd in the same region. The Braves’ experience proved to be too much for the Wildcats and they won 3 sets to 1. Although the North/South Summit rivalry had not been forgotten, the Wildcats accepted the results of the match and remained proud of their performance in the tournament "I’m proud of what my kids did this year. We had a rough start this year, and people kind of wrote us off, but we rallied, and I’m proud of that," said South Summit head coach Shauna Woolstenhulme. "They just worked incredibly hard."

After North Summit’s victory they moved on to play South Sevier. The Braves battled hard, but were defeated in 4 sets. The Braves had played well enough in the tournament to finish 3rd. Both teams have many returning players for the next season, so both teams should have another title run next fall.

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