South Tahoe was marching back. Down two sets to one, the Vikings volleyball team grabbed back momentum in game four and led Lowry 22-19 forcing the Buckaroos head coach to call timeout. The home crowd was back into the match watching the 3A Northern League co-leaders battle. Lowry won the next point, earned the serve and grabbed the next point. But apparently Lowry served out of order. After a moment an official awarded South Tahoe the point. South Tahoe led 23-20 and had a stranglehold on the set.
With two successful soccer teams having weaved their way into the fabric of South Shore athletics in a span of three years, Lake Tahoe Community College is looking to test the waters on adding more athletics. In the coming months LTCC Athletic Director Mike Spina plans to schedule meetings for a task force that will evaluate the feasibility of adding sports at Lake Tahoe Community College.
South Tahoe seniors Peyton Galli and Caleb Moretti walked hand-in-hand with Mccallan Castles and Kody Griffis to the center of the gridiron for the coin flip as co-captains in week two. Galli and Moretti each earned their leadership roles with big games in the opening week and also during that second week of practice. But neither Galli nor Moretti started their football careers as Vikings. They both began playing football the 8-man way at Whittell High School in Zephyr Cove.
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