MEEKER I “Two wins on the weekend against two tough league teams,” coach Christy Atwood said of the impressive weekend for the Meeker High School volleyball team. The lady Cowboys began their weekend with Vail Mountain.
MEEKER I The weekend was certainly a test for Meeker’s volleyball team, having three matches in two days, all on the road.
MEEKER I Meeker volleyball coach Christy Atwood said, “It was a great way to start off our league play,” referring to the outstanding start to the regular season for the lady Cowboys, defeating Vail Christian at home Saturday. They not only won, they swept Vail in three games 25-13, 25-19 and 25-23.
MEEKER I The Meeker girls’ volleyball team started its season well, playing in the extremely competitive Glenwood Springs tournament consisting of five pools made up of teams ranging in classification from 2A to 5A.
MEEKER I “We started our journey at 5:30 a.m. on the bus and returned home at 11:30 p.m.,” Meeker High School volleyball coach Christy Atwood said about the district tournament held last Saturday in Oak Creek. Coach Atwood wasn’t complaining, since they returned as district champions.
MEEKER I Lady Cowboy volleyball coach Christy Atwood wanted her team to get a win in the final regular season match to take some momentum into the first round of the district tournament and her team performed to her expectations.
MEEKER I No matter the outcome of the final match of the regular season, the lady Cowboy varsity volleyball team will have to travel for the round of the district tournament, which will start Tuesday, Oct. 25, after losing two matches in Vail last Saturday.
MEEKER I “It was not our best weekend of the season,” Meeker’s head volleyball coach Christy Atwood said of losing efforts to Paonia and Vail Mountain.