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Varsity fights at sub-state

posted Oct 30, 2017, 10:01 AM by Unknown user

Volleyball competed at sub-state on Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. at Kingman High School. They played no. 3 seeded Douglass the first round and won in two sets; the first set was 29-27 and the second was 25-14.

“Beating Douglass was an awesome way to start the day, and it felt great to beat them,” senior Abby Heimerman said. I was really excited to be able to keep playing.”

The second round was against no. 2 seeded Cheney immediately following. They played two sets but lost. The score was 25-17 the first set, and the second set it was 25-16.

“Our attitudes were really positive at the beginning, and then once we made mistakes we started to get angry. We didn’t play as well as we did against Douglass, but overall we played decently,” junior Kayla Koester said.

The girls ended the season with a record of 15-19 overall.

“My expectations were that we would do good as long as everyone had good attitudes and were on top of things. As long as we played like we practiced we would do fine, and (I expected) that we could definitely make it past the first match,” sophomore Madison Pauly said.