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  • top left, Clark Fork Mountain Cat Madison Mask goes for the block during the team’s match again Wallace, Idaho, on Oct. 8. The Cats won the match during “Pink Night” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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    LEFT, St. Regis students cheer on the junior varsity volleyball girls during Homecoming on Oct. 9.

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    The St. Regis JV girls won their match Oct. 9 against the Valley Christian Lady Eagles during Homecoming.

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    St. Regis Tiger Chloe Cielke tips the ball over the net during the varsity Homecoming match against Valley Christian last Tuesday. The Tigers lost to the Lady Eagles.

  • top left, Clark Fork Mountain Cat Madison Mask goes for the block during the team’s match again Wallace, Idaho, on Oct. 8. The Cats won the match during “Pink Night” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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    LEFT, St. Regis students cheer on the junior varsity volleyball girls during Homecoming on Oct. 9.

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    The St. Regis JV girls won their match Oct. 9 against the Valley Christian Lady Eagles during Homecoming.

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    St. Regis Tiger Chloe Cielke tips the ball over the net during the varsity Homecoming match against Valley Christian last Tuesday. The Tigers lost to the Lady Eagles.

Clark Fork wins over Wallace during Pink Night

The Clark Fork Lady Mountain Cats played Wallace, ID on Monday Oct. 8, during Pink Night to bring awareness to breast cancer. The team warmed up in “We Play for Judi” pink T-shirts to bring awareness to breast cancer and to support Taylor Haskins’ aunt Judi, who has been diagnosed with cancer. The team won 25-18, 25-11 and 25-23. Madison Mask had all 20 team assists as well as 10 of 37 digs. Out of 10 team aces Margaret Parkin had six plus six of the teams 26 kills.

On Oct. 11, the Cats lost to Noxon on the road in four sets.

Sorren Reese topped the team in four out of 12 kills. Madison Mask had all nine of the teams assists, and Emmah Baughman had nine of 31 digs. Cassie Green had both of the team’s blocks.

St. Regis face Valley Christian Eagles during Homecoming

During St. Regis Homecoming matches, the JV team took down the Eagles, 25-10, 20-25, 15-13 and 15-6. However, the Eagles flew over the Lady Tigers’ varsity, 25-6, 25-23, 22-25 and 25-22. During that match Emma Hill knocked back eight of 30 kills, had the team’s only block and made 11 of the team’s assists. Baylee Pruitt also had 11 assists and Ashley Wilson had eight of 19 aces. The team had 75 digs and Baylee Pruitt led with 21.

Lady Tigers fall to Lincoln and Plains

The Lincoln Lynx jumped over the St. Regis Tigers in Lincoln on Oct. 13, 25-18, 25-18 and 27-25. During the evening, Emma Hill had 12 of the team’s 39 digs as well as both of their blocks. Chloe Cielke had nine of 24 kills, Baylee Pruitt had 12 out of 23 assists and Tayler Hurd had six of 13 aces.

The Tigers also fell to Plains on Oct. 11 on the road, 25-17, 25-21 and 25-22. Hill had nine of 34 kills and three blocks; Baylee Pruitt had 11 of 15 assists and nine of 40 digs, plus she had five of 13 aces. Chloe Ciielke also made five aces.

Cats post 74-34 win over Plains

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats football traveled to Plains for a win on the road, 74-34.

Trey Green scored six touchdowns and Bryan Mask threw for TD passes, two of them to Isaiah Kovalsky.

The Tiger/Mullan team faced Kootenai in Mullan, ID on Oct. 12. No score or stats were available.

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