Hard Fought Loss for Vikings
Siuslaw Volleyball Coach Jonathan Hornung said last night’s home stand against Junction city was hard fought, but in the end they couldn’t close the deal. The Lady Vikings fell in straight sets 17-25, 25-27, 21-25.
“Hayden Muller played great she had 16 digs in the back row, and Mak had 14 kills so both of them played really well, we showed some flashes of brilliance but ultimately we couldn’t put away the set (undeterminable phrase).”
The Vikings meet Junction City again this weekend in Junction City. Hornung hopes to make some changes and be more competitive. The Junction City tournament gets under way at noon for the Vikings.
Wolverines Rip Lady Sailors
The Mapleton Lady Sailors fell on the road last night to Alsea in three straight sets. 25-2, 25-10, and 25-9. The Wolverines proved a touch opponent for the sailors. They have a chance for a rematch on October 4th when they host Alsea.
Prep football tonight for Siuslaw is on the road to take on the Eagles in Harrisburg. Tonight’s pregame is at 6:45 on KCST, kick off between Siuslaw and Harrisburg is at 7 o’clock over Coast Radio Sports.
Mountain West League football finds Mapleton on the road to take on the Eagles in Yoncalla. Eight man football kicks off at 7 o’clock.
The Siuslaw Vikings will host the Woahink Lake Cross Country Invitational Saturday morning at the day use area.
Pac Twelve collegiate grid iron action on Saturday Oregon will take on the Cal Bears in Berkeley, California. Tomorrow’s pregame on KCST is at 6 o’clock, kick off at California Memorial Coliseum is at 7:30. While in Tempe, the Oregon State Beavers will face the Arizona State Sun Devils in Pac Twelve play. Pregame on KCFM is at 6 o’clock, kick off in the desert at Sun Devil Stadium will be at 7 o’clock.