JV volleyball loses to Rockbridge Wildcats at home

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Adrian Kavazovic

Volleyball coach Danae Delozier talks to the team before they go back on the court.

Adrian Kavazovic, Photo Editor

Wednesday, September 28 the JV volleyball team played against the Rockbridge Wildcats at home. The Streaks lost the match in two sets. 

Despite a few errors, freshman Aubree Ringwald believes that the team presented a strong performance overall. 

“I think the game went pretty good, we struggled a bit, but we kept our passes good and our sets good,” Ringwald said.  

Outside hitter, sophomore Grace Bush believes that the team found most of its energy during the second set of the game.

“I think we could have done better [in] the first set but I think we really got our energy up [during] the second set,” Bush said. 

Sophomore Ari Knight tried her best in the game to make sure the team could do well. 

“[I think I was successful], I had a lot of playing time and I feel like I helped the team out a lot,” Knight said. 

Although Knight was proud of her individual performance, she sees areas for improvement for the team as a whole.

“We could have worked better on serve-receive, passing, working together as a team and communicating,” Knight said.

According to Ringwald, the team put in their best effort in the game. 

 “I was happy [with the end results of the game]. I know we tried our best and that’s what matters,” Ringwald said. 

This game wasn’t too hard for Bush. The only difficulty was that the Rockbridge team had some advantages in areas that the Streaks are still developing.  

“I think [Rockbridge] was a little bit harder [to play against compared to] some of the teams we’ve been playing before, so I’m proud of how we played,” Bush said.

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