Freshman Volleyball Suffers 2-0 Defeat Against Round Rock

By Nicolle Duvall, Reporter

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  • Colleen Wyrick '21 prepares to set the ball for teammate Kristen Koporc '21.

  • Colleen Wyrick '21 receives the ball and bumps it back over the net.

  • Greta Marsden '21 and Grace Neall '21 jump to block their opponents' hit.

  • Two Westwood front players block Round Rock's hit.

  • Freshmen Lauren Tyndall and Colleen Wyrick dig for the ball.

    Photo By Nicole Duvall

  • Lauren Tyndall '21 gets set in her position as the game begins.

  • Lauren Tyndall '21 and Grace Neall '21 grab one another's hand as a symbol of their support.

  • Freshmen Kristen Koporc, Grace Neall, and Isabella Garcia talk amongst each other and prepare themselves at the net.

  • Coach Makenzie McGalliard talks with the team halfway through the game.

  • Celeste Palomino '21 prepares to slam the ball back for another Warrior point.

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The Lady Warriors’ freshman volleyball team fell to the Round Rock Dragons 2-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 27. The first set ended 17-25 in Round Rock’s favor. As for the second set, the game ended 8-25 with the Dragons in the lead.

“We gave up too early. We just need to adjust and learn from our mistakes,” JV white volleyball coach Makenzie McGalliard said. “We’ll be practicing before we play them again.”

The Lady Warriors’ next game will take place at Westwood at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, Sept. 29 against Hendrickson for their annual dig pink game.