Truckee volleyball second at Lowry tourney |

Truckee volleyball second at Lowry tourney

The Truckee High volleyball team went 6-4 and took second-place in the double-elimination Lowry Tournament over the weekend in Winnemucca.We did excellent, first-year head coach Nicole Annaloro said of her team. I was very pleased. With only four days of official practice, I was happy with how they pulled it together.Truckee junior Katie Reiswig was named to the all-tournament team, which is recognized by the scorekeepers and officials and is awarded to one player from each team, Annaloro said.Because the tournament was the first of the year for the Wolverines, there were no stats taken. However, Annaloro said that for her, the tournament served as a good preview to the Northern 3A season, which for Truckee begins at home Wednesday against North Tahoe.It was a good introduction to see what were going to be facing during the regular season, Annaloro said. Its gonna be fun. Below are the results from the tournament.Friday Win versus Middleton, 16-25, 25-21, 18-16. Loss versus Lowry, 15-25, 13-25. Win versus Battle Mountain, 25-11, 25-23 Win versus Smith Valley, 11-25, 25-17, 15-3. Loss versus Elko, 25-21, 20-25, 8-15.Saturday Loss versus Bishop Manogue, 17-25, 23-25. Win versus Lowry, 25-21, 21-25,16-14. Win versus Elko, 25-19, 25-22. Win versus Bishop Manogue, 25-15, 25-20. Loss in championship game ver-sus Yerington, 17-25, 21-25.The Wolverines played four consecutive matches with only five minutes of rest between each contest on Saturday, Annaloro said.I look forward to playing Yerington in the regular season, Annaloro said of a rematch with the Northern 3A school.Truckee plays at Yerington on Sept. 15. The Wolverines play host to the Lions on Oct. 13.A match at Lowry on Oct. 28 marks the final regular season game for the Wolverines.Playoff times and locations are to be announced.

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