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Varsity Volleyball Defeats Aurora

SkyHawks achieve successful first game in triangular tournament

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Varsity Volleyball Defeats Aurora

The SkyHawk Volleyball team gathers after the match.

The SkyHawk Volleyball team gathers after the match.

Photo by Maddie Mollner

The SkyHawk Volleyball team gathers after the match.

Photo by Maddie Mollner

Photo by Maddie Mollner

The SkyHawk Volleyball team gathers after the match.

Maddie Mollner, Student Life Editor

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The gym doors of Skutt Catholic were opened to the Aurora Huskies’ varsity volleyball team as they took on the SkyHawks in the first match of a three-match tournament. Skutt Catholic swept the competition, winning two games in a row out of three.

The beginning of the first set showed a close scoreboard, with a back-and-forth tie game. At one point, the Huskies developed a small lead on the SkyHawks, though it was short-lived as Skutt Catholic came back and won the first set 25-19.

The second set showed a bit more intensity. With multiple long-lasting sets, the determination could be seen on the faces of players of both Skutt Catholic and Aurora. Near the end of the set, the score came within a three-point difference, the SkyHawks just one point away from winning the match. With a few impressive and close saves, the SkyHawks were able to snatch that last point and win the match by a score of 25-22.

The SkyHawk varsity volleyball team is already looking at ways to improve on their journey to state. “We can work on defense which is a huge part of this game but we have great terminators in the front row,” said head volleyball coach Renee Saunders. “They’re an awesome group. They work super hard and they have a ton of potential,” Saunders continued. As the season goes on, the SkyHawks will continue to build up their skills and hopefully come back to win yet another state title.

Maddie Mollner

Maddie joined The Flightline in January of 2017. She is a senior this year, involved in cheerleading. Outside of school, she reads, collects flamboyant socks and hangs out in parks with her friends. You can email her at [email protected]

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