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Lady Indians win all games in tri - By McKenna Poling

The Lady Indians further improved their record on Tuesday after playing Triplains/ Brewster and Sharon Springs. Both varsity and junior varsity won all of the games that they played, most of them in a dominating fashion. 

To start the day, the Lady Indians on varsity controlled their game with Brewster with scores of 25-10 in the first set and 25-13 in the second. The junior varsity team also defeated their first opponent in two sets with a 25-18 and 25-19 victory over Sharon Springs.

“I think we played well, we had some low spots but we were able to pull through,” said Mia Morrow, junior. “At this point we are all a bit tired from the constant grind of games and tournaments every other day, but it’s what we love.”

The second game of the day was more challenging than varsity’s first and it was a three set battle. The Indians won the first set with a score of 25-17, but could not control the second set nearly as well and ended it with a score of 21-25. The Indians took the last set back with a score of 25-17 once again.

“I think that JV played very well as a team,” said Jacki Milliken, freshman. “We worked very hard with only six players. We had lots of energy and I thought it was an amazing last game. Everyone did phenomenal on their serves, passes, and hits … I am going to miss volleyball this year, but I’m glad we ended our games on a good note.”

The junior varsity team swept away their competition with scores of 25-19 and 25-4. Tuesday’s games were the last regular season games and sadly junior varsity’s last games. The Indians will play this Saturday in the League tournament with the number one seeding.

“I don’t personally play but I have loved being a part of the team,” said Anitzia Mayorquin, junior and manager. “It has been amazing seeing all the girls grow as a group and individuals. I think everyone plays passionately and truly  their all into the game. Managing was a great experience and getting to go to every game was really fun! The girls play best when they all work hard and play as one whole and I think the game against Sharon Springs was an example of that.” 

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