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Strong rallies by Falcons keep match close before decisive fourth set.
Eighth-ranked Falcons will face either top-ranked Wasilla or second-ranked Dimond.
Falcons begin quest for state title Thursday; JDHS plays Ketchikan tough in elimination game.
Crimson Bears win five-set comeback thriller; Falcons continue strong season with straight-sets win.
Crimson Bears overcome season-long struggles to make semifinal against high-flying Falcons.
Falcons remain among state’s best teams with pair of physical back-and-forth victories.
“We have to start focusing on the small wins,” coach Jody Levernier says.
TMHS goes 9-3, JDHS 0-12 in pool play; both local teams knocked out early in bracket rounds.
For previously winless Crimson Bears, advancing to a title game marks a step forward.
TMHS is undefeated, JDHS winless as teams begin three-day Sitka competition.
TMHS prevails in toughest game yet to stay undefeated; JDHS puts up fight seeking first win.
Last year’s conference champs haven’t lost a set this season, boost record to 4-0
THMS completes sweep of two nights of matchups between local teams on each other’s courts.
The two schools plan to apply lessons learned during rematch Saturday at JDHS.
Region tournament set for Nov. 4 and Nov. 5
Falcons fall short of finals at State tournament
Falcons will take on Colony in Anchorage Nov. 11
Local No. 1 seed falls short to rally by No. 2 team during two-day regional volleyball tournament
TMHS wins two cross-town matches
Proud and pleased.