Falcons split at home, come up short in Moscow tourney PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 11 October 2010 10:46

Special to the Daily Leader

Fellowship Baptist School had a busy week of volleyball hosting four schools and ending in the Moscow Invitational. The Falcons lost to Cornerstone of Colorado Springs 15-25, 7-25 but rebounded with a 19-25, 25-12, 15-11 victory over Riverside Baptist Academy of Hutchinson.

They came out on top of Vandament of Yukon, OK 25-12, 25-4 but lost the last match to Abilene Baptist Academy 14-25, 20-25.

Saturday was rough on FBS as they 0-3 in Moscow. They fell to Moscow 17-25, 9-25; Minneola 14-25, 13-25; and Ingalls 15-25, 7-25.  They will attempt to get back on track next week at Heartland Christian in Colby and in Wichita on Saturday.

FBS Harriers Finish Initial Season in Guymon

The Fellowship Baptist Cross Country boys finished the year at the Rattlesnake Run in Guymon.  Jake Pewthers finished 7th in the JV meet with a time of 20:30.26 in the 5K run.  Zac Romme and Emanuel Serrano also ran for the Falcons.  They gained valuable experience and are already looking forward to next year.

 

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