Volleyball: Columbia Basin holds off Wenatchee Valley in five sets

October 10, 2012 

After winning the first two sets, Columbia Basin Colleged ended up having to rally from a three-point deficit in the final set to defeat Wenatchee Valley on the road.

“There were a couple of defensive plays that kept balls alive and gave us a chance,” CBC coach Mike Baker said. “We got kills and forced errors.”

With the victory, CBC moved into the postseason hunt, pulling into a fourth-place tie with Wenatchee Valley at 4-4 in the NWAACC East.

Michelle McCary had 28 digs and Yessica Diaz 26, and Samantha Brewer finished with 18 kills for CBC.

Set scores: 25-16, 25-23, 15-25, 15-25, 18-16. CBC—Samantha Brewer 18 kills; Kelly Madsen 10 kills; Bryce Combs 7 kills; Yessica Diaz 4 aces, 26 digs; Michelle McCary 28 digs; Carolyn Smith 32 assists.

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