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JH Volleyball Defeats Schuyler

September 21, 2020

By: Kennedy Settje, a junior at Leigh High School

        The JH girls’ volleyball team has proved to be putting in work during practice. They won their first two games on the year, and had their third game on September 10th. The Schuyler Warriors traveled to Clarkson to compete with the JH Patriots. 

            The night was packed with all three teams playing. The “C team” started off the night. They came out slow and weren’t ready for what Schuyler had coming for them. They lost the first set 14-25. After getting some advice from their coaches, they came out more fired up. They took the second set with a score of 25-22. The third set was a nail biter. It went into extra points and was close the whole set. The Patriot “C team” fell to the Dragons 15-17. 

            Once their game came to an end, the “B team” was next up. They showed no mercy the entire game. Playing hard and grabbing all the balls sent over, they shut down Schuyler in both sets. The final scores were 25-8 and 25-9. 

            Ava Kasik led the team with kills and aces putting up 4 total kills and 13 total aces.

            Finally, the A team got their chance to show their skills. They started off ready to go and pushed to the end of each set. They never gave up, and that was obvious as they won the first set 25-8. The second set was very similar as they won 25-10. 

            Brynn Settje led the team with 4 kills and 7 aces. 

            Here is what 8th grader Baylee Settje had to say about their game against Schuyler: “I think that our team came out strong and worked together until the end. At the end we ended up winning against Schuyler.” 

            Coach Seth Cash said, “Our A and B team found a good rhythm and won easily. Our C team struggled with getting the ball up, and our first set serving really hurt us.  Overall, as a team we are improving.”



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