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Instant Replay: Tri-City’s Sports Banquet

By Ellie Bowen

On Thursday, May 1st, Tri- City had its annual sports banquet. Most of the athletes and their families showed up to take part in the final sports event of the school year. Everyone had a great time reminiscing about their successful athletic seasons.

The first sport to be honored was archery. All of the archers lined up to receive their awards. The coaches, Mr. Batzli and Mr. Terauchi, talked about the archery team’s great season. Hunter Kruse, Miles Mabey, and Zachary Wilhelm qualified for the national archery competition this year.

The next sport to be honored was volleyball. Varsity’s MVP was Hannah Sherwood, and junior varsity’s MVP was Sabrina Flick. The freshmen team’s MVP was Jenna Inman. Coach Wamsley announced his retirement from coaching and handed the reins over to Coach McGrane, this year’s freshmen coach.

Cross country was recognized next. The cross country coach handed out awards to all of the runners. There was also a story told about the time that the cross country team got lost on a course.  Continue reading

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Tri-City Prep Volleyball Stomps Spring Ridge Academy!

By Ellie Bowen

On Monday, October 14, Tri-City Prep’s (TCP) Varsity volleyball faced Spring Ridge Academy in an epic face off of sets, spikes, serves, and bumps. TCP beat Spring Ridge after four fiery games, celebrating another well-earned victory.

The first game was won by Tri-City 25-13, but Spring Ridge pulled out a small victory and won the second game 26-24. Tri-City came back, won the third game 25-18, and easily won the fourth game 25-15. Tri-City’s team had killer serves and hits.

Keep it up Lady Panthers!

Spike It!

By Ellie Bowen

Tri-City Prep’s (TCP) Varsity and Junior Varsity (JV) volleyball teams faced Spring Ridge Academy on Monday, September 23rd. Both teams defeated Spring Ridge in thrilling games filled with impressive spikes, serves, and sets. The JV team whipped Spring Ridge in two games, and Varsity emerged victorious in three games.

JV won the first game 25-21 and their second game 25-9. The girls worked excellently together with heated serves and exciting plays.

Varsity won the first game 25-11. They also won the second game 25-14. The last game was won by TCP 25-5. Varsity had fantastic net play and defense.

On Thursday, September 19, Tri-City’s Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity volleyball teams faced Trinity Christian-Tri City’s longtime rival. JV played hard, but they lost after two games. Varsity played four close games, but unfortunately lost as well.

Even though Tri City’s JV and Varsity had brilliant serves, they could not score a victory.

Tri City’s Varsity lost the first game 25-13, but won their second game 25-23. Trinity won the third game against Varsity 25-21 and also won their last game 25-13. Tri City had excellent net play during these games.

Tri-City Prep Varsity Takes 5th in Ashfork Volleyball Tournament

By Ellie Bowen

Tri-City’s Varsity volleyball team played in a two day tournament in Ashfork on Friday, September 13 and Saturday, September 14. They beat Seligman, Ashfork, and Mayer in the tournament. TCP lost to Camp Verde, Ashfork, Williams, and Baghdad.

The girls’ first match on Friday was against Seligman. TCP won the first game at 25-14. They also won the second game at 25-15.

Tri-City’s second match on Friday was against Ashfork. The first game was won by Tri-City with 25-16. The second game was again won 25-12.

The third match on Friday was against Camp Verde. Tri-City lost the first game with 25-19. The second game was also lost at 25-15.

The final match on Friday was Tri-City against Ashfork. The first game was lost with 25-15. Tri-City won the second game with 25-19. The last game was lost to Ashfork at 15-6.

Tri-City’s first match on Saturday was against Mayer. TCP won the first game with 25-10. They also won the second game at 25-17.

The second match on Saturday was against Williams. Williams won the first game at 25-8. Williams took the second game with 25-19.

TCP’s final game of the tournament was against Baghdad. Tri-City lost the first game at 25-21. They also lost the second game with 25-16.

The girls played great all weekend. They had many great serves, attacks, passes, and sets.

Tri-City Prep Volleyball Beats Prescott Valley High School

By Ellie Bowen

Tri-City Varsity volleyball played Prescott Valley High School in a double header on Monday, September 16. TCP won both matches in three games each.

In the first game of the first match, Tri-City won 25-6. The second game was also won by TCP 25-5. In the third game, TCP beat PVHS 25-4.

The Tri-City girls also won the second match of the double header. In the first game, Tri-City won 25-15.  The second game was won 25-5 by TCP. The last game was won 25-2. The Varsity team did excellently with their serves and setups.