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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Girls Volleyball vs Mohawk

Crowd Gets Monies Worth

By: Ellie Richmond, “Royal Times”

Every fan in the Wynford High School gymnasium sat on the edge of their seats during the intense five-set volleyball game between the lady Royals and the lady Warriors on Tuesday, September 2nd. The Royals managed to pull out a victory after losing the first two matches. In the first match, the Royals got off to a slow start. As they gradually started to shorten the lead by the Warriors, they lost 25 to 21.  After trying to correct their mistakes, the lady Royals fought back and would not let the Warriors win that easy. Unfortunately, the second match ended with a score of 28 to 26, favoring Mohawk. Not giving up, Wynford used all their talents and held nothing back winning the third set 25 to 18. As the errors progressed by the Warriors, the Royals pulled out another win 25-17. In the final match, the score only goes to 15. The adrenaline from both teams was flourishing, and the fans were full of excitement. Cheers from both Wynford and Mohawk were louder than ever with every point scored. The score continued going back and forth with the final match won by the lady Royals by a score of 15-13. Every fan rose to their feet when the ball hit the ground for the final point. Brooke Miller, the libero for the Wynford Royals, shared her thoughts on how she played as well as her team. “I started out rough, my passing struggled, but as the game progressed, I, along with the team, played scrappier and more aggressive.”  Miller had 15 successful serves, one being an ace. Alyssa Harrer also shared her opinion of her team’s performance. “In the beginning the team started out rough, but when we won the third game, we realized that we could definitely win.” The lady Royals had 40 successful blocks and only two errors. They also had 45 kills throughout the game. 
The junior varsity team fell short of a win, losing in two matches. The first game was 25-14. In the second match, the Royals did not let them off as easy. As they battled for the win, they fell short, losing 25-18.

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