State volleyball: Ridgefield, River roll into the state semi-finals – archyde

“I think it’s physically tough for our team because it’s so early in the morning,” said Paul. “But for me personally, it wakes me up. It’s exciting because you can expect everything from the other team. “

On the drive to the SunDome, the team created their usual prematch playlist. When they entered the court, the Spudders were ready.

Ridgefield rolled to a 25-12, 25-10, 25-7 sweep of No. 14-Seed Sequim. Emily Andrew had seven of her team high 12 kills in the first set.

The top-seeded Columbia River had to wait a little longer. The Rapids’ 8:45 am game against number 16, Mark Morris, started 50 minutes late after the previous game had played five sets in their designated place.

The Rapids were not impressed and headed for a 25-17, 25-17, 25-8 win over a team that River swept twice in the 2A GSHL season.

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