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The Days Creek volleyball team continued its perfect Skyline League season Tuesday night as they defeated Elkton in straight sets.

3:05 PM · Oct 16, 2019

Set scores were 25-7, 25-16, 25-13. It was senior night as Days Creek (22-2, 13-0) honored its two seniors Joleen Crume and Moriah Michaels. “Both are great leaders on the team,” Days Creek coach Gloria Kruzic said. “They’re the type of kids that are a pleasure to work with and I am so proud of both of them. They both had a great game tonight.” Michaels ended with 12 kills and four digs while Crume had 10 kills and four digs. It was also Dig Pink night which started in 2013 in Days Creek to honor people in the community who have been affected by cancer. They held a silent auction with all the proceeds going to the Roseburg Cancer Center. Days Creek coach Gloria Kruzic had her own battle with breast cancer a year ago but is doing well now. “The team showered me with gifts and love last night,” Kruzic said. “The money raised from last night will go to the Roseburg Cancer Center and I have seen firsthand the care and compassion they give.” “I am continually amazed at the out pouring of generosity both from our visitors and from our community,” Kruzic added. “I want to thank everyone who participated, who brought stuff for the silent auction as well as the people who bought goodies.” The No. 3 ranked Wolves have won all 13 Skyline League matches and face North Douglas (19-6, 12-1) in Drain on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the regular season finale. Days Creek defeated the No. 6 ranked Warriors on September 19 in straight sets. Elkton (9-8, 8-5) who sits in third place in the Skyline League north division plays Yoncalla at home on Thursday in their regular season finale. Photos courtesy of Debbie Fuller.

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