Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, Willow – Alaska

Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, Willow – Alaska

Su Valley wins Tri Valley Slam, November 4-5

The Rams went unbeaten over the the two day event to win the annual Tri Valley Slam. The Rams met the Akiachak Huskies in the final match of the tournament, with the Rams taking home the win. The Huskies beat the Rams in the final round last year so both teams expected a good match. In the serving contest conducted before the final match the Rams and the Huskies also took 1st and 2nd. This consisted of players selected by their coaches serving the length of the court into a miniature hula hoop.  The Rams are at home this week playing Ninilchik Varsity and J.V. on Friday, Nov. 11.

Rams place in first two Tournaments!

Su Valley placed second behind host Kenny Lake in their first tournament of the year, this past week they also picked up a third place at the Ninilchik Spikefest. At the Spikefest outside hitter Dusty Lester and setter Noelle Valentine were also named to the all Tourney team. Noelle Valentine also picked up an an tourney medal at the Kenny Lake Classic the week prior.

The 2005 season is on its way!

The Rams head to Kenny Lake on October 7th and 8th for the first tournament of the season. The following week the Rams will be in Ninilchik for the Ninilchik Spikefest. This will be the first time the Rams have attended this tournament.

Great Turnout!!

 The Rams had a great turnout this year, with 21 ladies competing. Su Valley will field Varsity and J.V. squads this year.

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Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, Willow – Alaska

 The Su Valley Rams volleyball team won two out of their three matches at the 1a2a3a West State Championships to come in fourth.  The Rams dropped their first match against the Dillingham Wolverines in four but came back on Friday to beat Ninilchik, also in four games. On Saturday in the fourth place game the Rams defeated the Koliganek Huskies in a five game shoot-out.  Moriah Wick led the Rams in the Ninilchik match with 20 kills, Noelle Valentine had 33 assists. Moriah was named ASAA player of the match.  In the Koliganek match Heidi Hartley led SVHS with 27 kills, Noelle Valentine had 41 assists, Dusty Lester was named player of the match for her tempo setting aces (2), and her 5 kills. The Rams placed one player on the All-Tournament team, that was senior middle Heidi Hartley. Way to go Rams!!

December 2-3-4 – Rams take Runner-Up slot in Borealis Conference Tournament

The 17-4 Rams defeated their first two opponents handily only to get bumped to the consolation bracket by host Kenny Lake, in the semi finals the Rams then defeated Ninilchik and then the Kenny Lake Hawks in a five game marathon match. In the finals, SVHS’s third match of the day, the Hawks swept the Rams in three.  The Rams will head to State on Dec. 9 playing Dillingham in the first round.  Heidi Hartley and Noelle Valentine where named to the All-Conference Team.

Welcome to Su Valley Volleyball! We must apologize to our home crowd, our last three home matches were canceled by the participating schools,  this also did not allow us to have our senior night for our graduating athletes Krystal Moore, Moriah Wick, and Heidi Hartley.  The team would like to thank these three for their commitment to the team and the school, way to go ladies!!

Thank you to our parents and fans that made it to the State Tournament, your support was greatly appreciated. Also, thank you to our friends at Ninilchik and Kenny Lake, your support and cheers where also very much appreciated!  See you next year.