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Weekly Volleyball Rewind
From every corner of the state and every classification, here are the teams making waves in the race to the playoffs
Published: 9/22/2020 3:44:21 PM

Post Falls

The Post Falls Trojans top the 5A Inland Empire after posting eight straight wins to open the season. In the League’s new look, where teams in both 4A and 5A compete against one another in league games, the Trojans have downed teams like Coeur d’Alene, Lake City and Lewiston, while keeping pace with their 4A opponents like Lakeland and Sandpoint. 

Coeur d’Alene

Also up north, the Vikings swept Lake City last Thursday, with Kate Phillips acing the Timberwolves four times. Phillips finished with eight kills and 17 assists. Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene, the top two teams in the 5A IEL, face off Tuesday.


The Bobcats suffered a devastating loss Saturday during the weekend’s Bonneville Classic. Senior libero Charity Wilson, who had already battled through a torn meniscus and ACL in previous seasons, once again went down, this time with a broken tibia. 

Wilson, after visiting the hospital, was able to watch her team win the yearly tournament, as Madison defeated Highland 3-0 in the championship match. 


With two wins to open the season, including a nailbiter against conference rival Ridgevue, the Vikings narrowly lead the 4A Southern Idaho Conference in a shortened year. With just eight matches left on the docket for the regular season, the Vikings next face Caldwell Tuesday. 

The Vikings will also partake in the Rocky Mountain Tourney Sept. 26. 


The Panthers widened their lead in 3A Snake River Valley Conference, defeating Homedale in three sets 25-17, 25-12, 25-12. The undefeated Panthers relied on Sam Graham to lead the charge, recording 11 kills. Katie Compas, on her birthday no less, recorded 29 assists, 11 digs and four kills with four blocks and a pair of aces Thursday night against the Trojans. 

Parma takes on Fruitland Tuesday night and McCall-Donnelly Thursday. 


The 8-1 Mustangs swept conference opponent New Plymouth, with Keylee Wilsosn notching eight kills and four aces. Kate Clark followed up with another five kills, while Kendall Clark added on another eight. The Mustangs then went on to take down Cole Valley Christian in a nailbiter, winning 3-2. 

The Mustangs, now in control of the 2A Western Idaho Conference, take on Nampa Christian Tuesday and Ambrose Thursday. 

Lighthouse Christian

The Lions have adjusted well to the added competition at the 1ADI level. With eight overall wins and a 2-0 conference record, the Lions sit atop the 1AD1 Snake River River Conference midway through the season. 

Last week, Lighthouse Christian snapped a two game skid with wins against Raft River and Glenns Ferry. Kynlee Thornton recorded 13 kills, while Ella DeJong notched another 10 against the Pilots last Thursday. Senior Ellie Boland led in assists with 21.  

The Lions take on Shoshone Tuesday and Oakley Thursday. 


The Warriors strung together a pair of wins over the week, defeating Leadore and North Gem, both 3-1. Against the Mustangs, Jessi Merkle finished with 24 assists and Sarina Rios with 20 kills. 

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