Volleyball squad seeded third in bi-districts

  • Saturday, November 4, 2017 12:00pm
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A state berth is on the line for South Whidbey volleyball this weekend.

The Falcons (13-5 overall) play Bush in the first round of the class 1A Bi-District tournament on Saturday, Nov. 4. The winner advances to the semifinals to play Northwest in a loser-out elimination match. The top four teams advance to state.

South Whidbey qualified for the state-qualifying tournament after going 3-1 in the class 1A District 1 tournament on Oct. 28-31. The Falcons earned a victory over Cedar Park Christian and two wins against Meridian.

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