Varsity Volleyball Slips Under Cypress Ranch in Playoff Match

By Stephanie Shih, Managing Editor

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  • Zoe Menendez '20 jumps up and spikes the ball across the net.

    Photo By Izzy Correll

  • Caroline Suter '19 serves the ball with Maddi Kriz '19 waiting in the back row.

    Photo By Izzy Correll

  • After receiving a serve, Jenny Todd '19 bumps the ball to the Warriors' setter.

    Photo By Izzy Correll

  • Kenzie Beckham '21 executes a jump serve towards the beginning of the game.

    Photo By Izzy Correll

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On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the varsity volleyball team competed in the final match of the Lady Warriors’ 2018 season, taking on Cypress Ranch in the first round of playoffs, but ultimately losing 3-1. The ladies fought hard in the first set, but fell to the Mustangs with a score of 26-24. However, the Warriors bounced back with Abby Gregorczyk ‘21 and Zoe Menendez ‘20 contributing to help the girls win the second set with a score of 25-18. Despite this small win, the Warriors couldn’t match up to the Mustangs, and barely fell in the third set with a score of 25-23. Nevertheless, the Warriors wouldn’t go down without a fight, but neither would the Mustangs. Cypress Creek finished the game and won the match with a 25-23 score in the fourth set.

“I think it was a good game to go out on,” Caroline Suter ‘19 said. “Everybody played really well, we were just outplayed a little bit, but I’m happy with it.”

The girls will continue to train in the off-season in anticipation of the 2019 fall season.