Spartan volleyball crushes Genesis Prep at home, hosts Kellogg Thursday

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  • (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Maggee Pankoke led the Spartans on the court against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Tabitha Richey prepared to serve for the Spartans against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Natalie Randolph prepared to serve during Priest River’s 3-0 win over Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Harlee Meek focused on good service in Priest River's win over Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Emilee Clark enjoyed a laugh during the Spartans’ victory against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

  • (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Maggee Pankoke led the Spartans on the court against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Tabitha Richey prepared to serve for the Spartans against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Natalie Randolph prepared to serve during Priest River’s 3-0 win over Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Harlee Meek focused on good service in Priest River's win over Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Emilee Clark enjoyed a laugh during the Spartans’ victory against Genesis Prep Sept. 7.

PRIEST RIVER — The Spartan volleyball program overcame a testy Genesis Prep challenge here Sept. 7 to win 3-0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-22). Head coach Leslie Ritter-Meeks and her team responded well after disappointing 3-0 outcomes at Clark Fork Aug. 31 (25-23, 25-23, 25-14) and St. Maries Aug. 29 (25-8, 25-16, 25-11). Senior Emilee Clark led the Spartans with dominating serves and spikes, while teammates Maggee Pankoke, Tabitha Richey, Natalie Randolph, and more contributed numerous digs, sets, and spikes against the visiting Jaguars. The guests brought some height to bear at the net, but the home team consistently made fewer mistakes than their opponents and capitalized with good serves. The girls will play at Newport Sept. 13, with the junior varsity and C squads playing at 5 p.m. and varsity playing at 6:30 p.m. They will host the Kellogg Wildcats Sept. 14, with the junior varsity and C squads playing at 5:30 p.m. and varsity playing at 7 p.m.

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