Viking volleyball wins nonleague opener

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2 September 2015

Emeralds continue late season surge

The Eugene Emeralds maintain their one game lead in the south division after a 5-4 win over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes last night. The two teams meet again tonight and tomorrow in Keizer.



2015 Northwest League Current Standings
Northwest League North
Everett AquaSox (SEA)1914.57611-58-912-66-4L1
*Tri-City Dust Devils (SD)1518.4554.029-76-117-114-6W1
Vancouver Canadians (TOR)1518.4554.026-89-109-93-7L1
Spokane Indians (TEX)1419.4245.0110-104-98-104-6W1
Northwest League South
Eugene Emeralds (CHC)2013.6069-911-411-76-4W2
*Hillsboro Hops (ARI)1914.5761.0510-89-611-76-4W1
Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (SF)1617.4854.029-97-88-105-5L1
Boise Hawks (COL)1419.4246.0E3-911-106-126-4L3
* first-half division winner
Elimination numbers do not calculate any league-specific tie-breaking scenarios. Please refer to the league’s playoff procedures found here for more details.

Prep Volleyball season swings into action

The Siuslaw Vikings opened with a 3-nothing non-league volleyball win over Philomath last night in Florence. Claire Waggoner served five aces and Taylor Dotson added three more. Coach Angie Herring praised both, saying they both had excellent serving games with no errors. Non league play continues on the court tonight for the Lady Vikings. They’ll be in Elmira at 6:30.

Sailors open with loss on the road

The Mapleton Sailors lost the first game last night at McKenzie High School, then tied the match at two-all with a 25-18 win in game two; but the McKenzie Eagles swept the next two games for a 3-1 Mountain West League win. The Sailors will be at Triangle Lake tomorrow.