The flip of a coin determined the number one and two seeding at this weekend's district tournament in John Day on Saturday with Powder Valley winning the toss. Powder Valley and Wallowa both tied for the number one spot with each boasting an 8-2 record in Old Oregon League standings. The Lady Cougs were 19-4 overall for the 2003 season.

WHS will open up their post season play in the second round against Burnt River with the winner advancing to play either Jordan Valley or Cove.

Wallowa's match is scheduled for 11 a.m.

The Lady Cougs finished their regular season play and headed into the post season with a three game match victory over the Cove Leopards on Friday afternoon at Cove.

Wallowa dominated the Leopards in their first game winning by a 25-9 margin.

Games two and three were tighter with WHS winning 25-23 and 25-20.

Megan McLain and Katie Sturtevant were perfect from the service line serving 13/13 and 15/15 respectively. McLain also had four aces from the line to her credit. Other standouts from the service stripe were Wendy Spaur 15/17 and Lynique Oveson and Chelsie Frei serving 7/8.

McLain led the Lady Cougs in passing going 16/16 followed by Amber Josi 8/8 and Leah Pringle 6/6.

Oveson and McLain burned Cove for 18 and 15 kills for the match. Defensively Lynique Oveson led Wallowa with 13/17 digs followed by Josi 12/16, McLain 8/9 and Spaur 7/12. Sturtevant had 27 assists for the match. McLain was tough at the net with 13 solo blocks.

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