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i Thursday, November 18, 1982 y spikers take third at state tourney R.A. Long, been in the Cheney Coach Gary State Long with the matches in by taking the racked like R.A. "They (the played handled all very Captain Malei limited time ago, players had level. Friday and School near competing, each of two in each pool Satur- place teams from either pool played in the conso- ]atmn matci for thwd andfourth. Cheney's misfortune was having drawn the same pool as and then losing to R.A. Long of Longview in the first match, 11-15, 15-10 and 12-15. Match one R.A. Long over Cheney Down 0-8 in the first game against R.A. Long after having missed their first three serves, the Cheney Black- hawks began to methodically narrow the margin, starting with an ace by Kara Neubauer, the team's setter. When Cheney pulled within five points at 8-13, R.A. Long took a time out to regroup. R.A. Long then was forced to take another time out when Cheney pulled within two points at 11-13. R.A. Long came back to up the score to 11-4 and then closed it out 11-5. The second game against R.A. Long started out much like the first, with Cheney finding itself down 1-6 in short order. Ten, Cheney again began its attack, scoring their second and third points off aces by Mary Mindrup and Neubauer. Cheney knotted the game at 8-8 when R.A. Long failed to receive a ) After being hospitalized a few weeks ago, Mary Mindrup, left, returned to the Blackhawk line-up for the tournament, specializing in the beckcourt. Above, she receives a ball and passes to Kara Neu. bauer (not pictured). Kara, in turn, sets to Laurie Hattemer, right, for the spike. Mindrup alternated in the line-up with hitter Cassey Wagoner. serve from Lisa Mills. As if adding insult to injury, Cheney's 6'1" hitter Laurie Hattemer slammed the ball to the floor for Cheney's ninth point. Team Captain Malei Young claimed Cheney's 12th point in similar fashion, before Cheney closed out the second game, 15-10. Continuing the attack, Cheney jumped to an early 6-1 lead in the final game of the match, only to see R.A. Long come back to tie it, 7-7. R.A. Long then went ahead by three points, only to see Cheney tie the score, 10-10. Cheney then went ahead 12-11, before R.A. Long made its second and final comeback, resulting in a 12-5 win on a disputed call. Neubauer, tipping to regain the serve, was called for palming the ball. When questioned, the official said she had never heard of the rule that questionable calls are not to be made on the last point of the game. Comments from many of those who witnessed the match were to the effect that they thought this match should have been the championship match. Match two Cheney over Washington 15-5, 15-3 After allowing Washington High School the first two points in the first game of the match, Cheney's Laurie Hattemer and Debbie Barrom com- bined for a stuff block that started the Cheney offense. Cheney went up 6-2. Washington then pulled to within a point at 6-5, but that would be the last points the Patriots would score against the hitting of Mills, Barrom, Young, Hattemer and Cassey Wagoner for Cheney. Cheney continued to dominate the play of the second and final game of the match, with Wagoner putting the last two balls down to the floor on the Patriots' side of the net for Cheney scores. Match three Cheney over Fife 15-6, 6-15, 15-7 Cheney led throughout the first game of the match with a balanced, team attack, easily winning 15-6. Game two, however, seemed to be the reverse of game one, with Fife winning by the same score. Hattemer, though, started the third game out with.a point for Cheney. Responding to threat of the Cheney offense, Fife then upped the score to 3-5, before Cheney tied it at 5-5 and went ahead. Cheney then ran off the next eight points, making it 13-5 as they coasted to a 15-7 win. Match four Cheney over Chief Sealth 15-2, 15-9 With its offense gaining confidence in the tourney, Cheney quickly went ahead 6-0 in the first game against Chief Sealth High School. Not to be outdone, though, Sealth came back with 12 straight points and threatened to take the game. Young then led the Cheney team, serving for the next three points and starting a Cheney rally. Hattemer-- hitting, blocking and tipping--was instrumental in tying the score at 12-12. Cheney then closed it out 15-12. Cheney controlled the tempo ot me second game of the match, with Neu- bauer serving an ace for the sixth point. Points eight and nine were won as Neubauer and Hattemer teamed up to run the fast offense with low sets, spiked by Hattemer. Seeing action in this game off the bench were Rachel Martinen and Amanda Fish. Match five Cheney over Edmonds 3-15, 15-9, 15-7 Edmonds came out ready for Cheney in the first of what woma De a three- game match. After letting Cheney go ahead 2-1, Edmonds went on to win 3-15. Diane Schafer came in for Cheney, winning Cheney's last serve with a successful tip. Cheney reversed the situation in the second game, stepping out 11-2. Ed- monds then tried to rally, scoring seven unanswered points, before Cheney went on to sweep the rest of the game. Game three saw Edmonds winning in the early going, but Cheney then tied it at 5-5, The best Edmonds then could Cont. on page 8 Cheering Third Cheney Free Press Page 7 Cheney cheerleaders helped raise Blackhawk spirit, supported by the backing of a contingent from the football team and parents. From left are Rhonda Turner, Pam and Patty Lawley and Judy Lamphere. Not pictured ere Audrey Mattheson, Deena Harbin, Alicia Hand and Unda Schwartz. Cheney's varsity volleyball team rejoices with its state trophy Saturday evening at Mt. Si High School, site of the State AA Tournament. 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