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A Season Well Played by the Lady Indians Comes to an End

The excitement filled the stands as the Lady Indians won their first game against Triplains/Brewster. They fought hard and came out on top. The score to the first set was 25-11. The second set did not go any better for the Titans as they lost 25-8.

“We played good, but I think all of the energy that we brought helped us play so well,” said Emma Johnson, setter for the Indians.

As the next game got closer, the girls got more and more anxious. They wanted to win this, not just for themselves, but for each other and they knew that they could.

In the last game against Atwood, every girl on the team fought as hard as they could. In the first set the Indians won 27-25. They continued to fight in the second set, however, Atwood ended up winning 22-25. Finally, in the third set, Atwood took a bigger lead in the beginning and kept that lead throughout the game. Atwood won 10-25. 

“I would say the hardest thing about last night was losing to Atwood when we were so close to winning,” said Mia Morrow, sophomore. “We deserved to win that game because we work so hard during and in between seasons. Everyone is constantly improving. When we won the first set, I was so excited and then we started to fall apart a bit and that cost us in the end. Although, it was a great season and I love every one of my teammates.” 

As devastating as it is, the girls’ season is over. However, they should be proud of themselves for a great record of 23 wins and only 12 losses. 

“My favorite part of the season was getting to play with my best friends and making memories that I will never forget for my last year,” said Karly Bandel, senior.

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