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Timberwolves stage miraculous comeback at districts | Volleyball

Jackson overcomes seven-point deficit in the fifth set to edge Issaquah 3-2


Last updated 11/15/2019 at 12:27pm

David R Pan

Jackson's Ainsley Johanson and Erin Ingram go up for a block against Issaquah during a Wes-King 4A District tournament match Saturday, Nov. 9, at Jackson High School

Jackson staged a comeback for the ages.

With the match tied at two sets apiece, the Timberwolves found themselves down 12-5 in the fifth and deciding set against Issaquah in a Wes-King 4A volleyball tournament match.

The Wolfpack dug deep and used a 10-1 run to stun the Eagles and prevail 25-22, 25-19, 24-26, 22-25, 15-13 Saturday, Nov. 9, at Jackson High School.

“I think we just has a ton of heart in that game,” Jackson senior Paige Wilson said. “We really wanted to win that more than anything. We knew this was a really important game if we want to get to state. So we really just...

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