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Flood, Robinson make all-conference

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Sophomore midfielder Bailey Flood of South Lake Tahoe made the All-Freedom Conference women’s soccer first team for the second straight season.

Flood started 19 games for conference champion Manhattanville and collected two assists.

Cybil Robinson, Flood’s former teammate at South Tahoe High, was selected to the second team.

They were among six Manhattanville College players to be named to the first or second teams.

Robinson, who was a first-team choice as a freshman, delivered five goals and three assists. Both of those totals were second on the team. The sophomore midfielder is now ranked in the school’s top 10 for goals, assists and points.

Falcons finish season with win

Seattle Pacific University concluded its volleyball season with a four-game victory over crosstown rival Seattle University on Saturday.

The win – the Falcons’ 15th of the season and 10th in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference – wasn’t enough to send Seattle Pacific into the NCAA Division II tournament.

STHS grad Jessica Bettencourt, a sophomore, had seven kills and four blocks in the 30-17, 30-24, 24-30, 30-27 win against Seattle.

The Falcons’ postseason chances took a severe hit last Thursday when they lost at Montana State Billings 32-30, 21-30, 25-30, 30-25, 10-15.

Woods has three kills in game

The Wright State volleyball team dropped its final two Horizon League games to end the regular season with a 9-7 record.

Jessica Woods, the 2006 Nevada state player of the year from Whittell High, had three kills in seven attempts in one game of the Raiders’ 21-30, 30-16, 30-24, 30-25 defeat to Green Bay on Saturday.

Woods produced four digs and a kill in a 30-23, 30-24, 27-30, 30-18 loss to league’s top team Milwaukee on Friday.

Wright State (13-17 overall) will open Horizon League tournament play on Friday in Milwaukee.

Lambdin runs in NAIA regional

Oregon Tech’s Anna Lambdin placed 66th out of 125 runners at a NAIA regional cross country meet Nov. 3 in Olympia, Wash. The former South Tahoe High and Shasta College runner completed the 5K race in 20 minutes, 51 seconds. Her team placed eighth out of 18 teams and didn’t qualify for nationals.

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