CHS goes undefeated at home tourney

Demi Harmon and Rylee Teichert stuff the competition during the Cokeville Tournament of Champions last week. (GAZETTE PHOTO/Jan Moody)

COKEVILLE — The Cokeville Tournament of Champions had a little different look this year. Due to new regulations during this pandemic, what has traditionally been a two-day tournament at CHS became a split tournament at CHS and Star Valley High School. On Friday, Aug. 28, teams competing at Cokeville High School included Cokeville, Bear Lake, Mountain View, Evanston and Green River.

The Lady Panthers competed against the Lady Bears of Bear Lake for their first match. The Lady Panthers defeated the Lady Bears in three sets.

Their next opponents were the Lady Wolves of Green River. The Lady Panthers were again successful, defeating the Lady Wolves in three sets. Their final match of the night was against the Lady Red Devils of Evanston. These two teams were very evenly matched with multiple lead changes throughout each set. This was a thriller for those watching, as it was the only match to go all five sets for the Lady Panthers. The Lady Panthers took control in the fifth and came away with the huge win.


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