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SeaKing district volleyball schedule

November 1st, 2011 at Tue, 1st, 2011 at 1:03 pm by Megan Managan

Here’s a quick look at the SeaKing district volleyball schedule, which starts Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at West Seattle High School. The Islanders are the No. 2 seed out of KingCo this year.

Mercer Island’s first game will be against the winner of the Nathan Hale/Holy Names game on Thursday. So far this season, Nathan Hale, part of the Metro league, is 7-9 overall, while Holy Names is 11-9 overall.

If the Islanders win their first game they will advance to play the winner of the Seattle Prep vs. Chief Sealth/Lake Washington on Saturday. After the first round of games at West Seattle, games move on Saturday to Sammamish High School.

The top five teams from the district tournament move on to the 3A state competition, which begins Nov. 11 in Lacey at St. Martin’s University.

Click on the brackets below to see the full size images.

I’m the sports reporter at the Mercer Island Reporter newspaper. On this blog you’ll find extra bits and pieces to stories I’ve written, behind the scene looks at teams and observations on the sports in our area. I’ll field questions here, and ask a few too. You can follow me on Twitter (@MIRsports ) or send me an e-mail.

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