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    girls varsity volleyball

    Post  katherinebay on Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:38 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The girls varsity volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 4-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team, considering that they were well prepared from their previous wins. Although the day for them had not ended yet, their game ended smoothly with a total score of 2-0. Later that afternoon, the girls varsity volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season. Granada Hills barely beat them, ending with 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Burroughs was their next competitor and the team beat them, yet again, ending the game with another win, 3-1.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, if compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning CIF. With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the girls varsity volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  ashleychi on Fri Oct 09, 2009 11:26 am

    EDIT 1

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The girls varsity volleyball [Girls Varsity Volleyball] team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best team [the best volleyball team?] AHS has seen in history. With a score of 4-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team, considering that they [replace with 'because'] were well prepared from their previous wins. Although the day for them [delete] had not ended yet, their game ended smoothly with a total [delete] score of 2-0. Later that afternoon, the girls varsity volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season. Granada Hills barely beat them, ending with 2-1. [combine these sentences]

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Burroughs was their next competitor and the [replace wiht 'our'] team beat them, yet again, ending the game with another win, 3-1.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, if [delete] compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning CIF. With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the girls varsity volleyball [Girls Varsity Volleyball] team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Post  katherinebay on Sat Oct 10, 2009 1:17 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the girls varsity volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season and Granada Hills barely beat them, ending with 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was so far their most intense game, according to Michelle, especially since they lost last year in the Burroughs home gym. They won the first game by at least ten points, but in the second game, however, Burroughs fought back and won the game. The third and fourth games consisted of a lot of rallies, and it was definetly a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted their mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the Girls Volleyball team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team travelled to Pasadena and also beat them with 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning CIF. With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  ashleychi on Sat Oct 10, 2009 7:34 pm

    EDIT 2

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the girls varsity volleyball [Girls Varsity Volleyball] team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season and Granada Hills barely beat them, ending with 2-1 [awk., rephrase].

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was so far [delete] their most intense game [insert 'so far'], according to Michelle [delete] , especially since they lost last year in the Burroughs home gym. [replace with 'mainly attributed to their loss last year to Burroughs at a home game.'] [insert 'This year,'] They won the first game by at least ten points, but in the second game, however, Burroughs fought back and won the game. The third and fourth games consisted of a lot [replace with 'many'] of [delete] rallies, and it was definetly a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted their [replace with "the team's"] mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the Girls Volleyball team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team travelled to Pasadena [replace with 'played a game against Pasadena'] and also beat them with [a score of] 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning CIF. [what is CIF?] With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Post  katherinebay on Sat Oct 10, 2009 9:13 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far mainly attributed to their loss last year to Burroughs at a home game. They won the first game versus Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, however, Burroughs fought back and won the game. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definetly a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the Girls Volleyball team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  ashleychi on Sun Oct 11, 2009 5:04 pm

    EDIT 3

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far [insert comma] mainly attributed to their loss last year to Burroughs at a home game. They won the first game versus [replace with 'against'] Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, however,[delete] Burroughs fought back and won the game [delete]. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definetly a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the Girls Volleyball [delete] team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  katherinebay on Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:27 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far, mainly attributed to their loss last year to Burroughs at a home game. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won the game. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  ashleychi on Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:19 pm

    EDIT 4

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion, [delete] to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far, mainly attributed to their [replace with 'the team's']loss last year to Burroughs [rewrite as 'loss to them last year'] at a home game. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won the game [delete]. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Post  katherinebay on Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:16 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has seen in history. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far, mainly attributed to the team's loss to them last year at a home game. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  ashleychi on Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:22 pm

    EDIT 5

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has [insert 'ever'] seen in history [delete]. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path to their success [rewrite: 'toward success']. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the Girls Varsity Volleyball [delete] team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far, mainly attributed to the team's loss to them last year at a home game. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  katherinebay on Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:37 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has ever seen. With a score of 6-0 for league, the team is going down the right path 'toward success. “Quote from coach.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." Their next game against Burroughs was their most intense game so far, mainly attributed to the team's loss to them last year at a home game. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. Overall, their record is 8-1, which includes all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency, compared to the previous years. Overall, they’re heading towards their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly have a shot of becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 20, 2009 11:47 pm

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has ever seen. With a score of 10-0 for league, the team is going down the right path toward success, which fulfills Coach Charles Freberg’s expectation for the season of “remaining undefeated.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." In their most intense game of the season thus far, the volleyball team beat Burroughs, one of Arcadia’s most formidable rivals. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. When the team went up against CV, the score was extremely close, to the point where the team could’ve lost their undefeated streak. Fortunately, the team ended the game strong and beat CV 3-1. When sophomore Brittney Lee described the game, she said, “We definitely had the win from the start.” The team then beat Burbank 3-0 and Hoover 3-0. Overall, their record is 15-2, including all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency compared to the previous years. Michelle also said, “Our expectations for this season are to of course win league and get into at least the third round of CIF playoffs. We have a really good team this year and we are working really hard to accomplish this.” Overall, they’re heading toward their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly has a shot at becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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    Re: girls varsity volleyball

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:16 am

    "Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is." The Girls Varsity Volleyball team has risen to the occasion to prove to everyone that they can be the best volleyball team AHS has ever seen. With a score of 10-0 for league, the team is going down the right path toward success, which fulfills Coach Charles Freberg’s expectation for the season of “remaining undefeated.”

    The Royal Tourney at San Luis Obispo was a breeze for the team because they were well prepared from their previous wins. They won the first round of pool playing and won all of their matches, 2-0. Later that afternoon, the team competed in the Royal Tournament at Granada Hills. Unfortunately, their luck ran out as they took their second loss of the season when Granada Hills beat them 2-1.

    A fast recovery was made, just in time for their next game against Glendale. When the team thought all hope was lost, they prevailed and crushed Glendale, beating them with a score of 3-0. Junior Michelle Kha said, "We played well all-around and finished strong." In their most intense game of the season thus far, the volleyball team beat Burroughs, one of Arcadia’s most formidable rivals. They won the first game against Burroughs by at least ten points, but in the second game, Burroughs fought back and won. The third and fourth games consisted of many rallies, and it was definitely a challenge because the rowdy Burroughs fans distracted the team's mental mindset. Regardless, they were able to win both games with a score of 3-1.

    On Oct. 6, the team played against Muir and easily beat them. Their all-around play was well executed and the match was fairly quick and easy to win. Two days later, the team played a game against Pasadena and also beat them with a score of 3-0, winning with a strong defense and smart offense. When the team went up against CV, the score was extremely close, to the point where the team could’ve lost their undefeated streak. Fortunately, the team ended the game strong and beat CV 3-1. When sophomore Brittney Lee described the game, she said, “We definitely had the win from the start.” The team then beat Burbank 3-0 and Hoover 3-0. Their game on Oct. 22 against Glendale was yet another win ending with 3-0. They also won against Burroughs ___. Overall, their record is 15-2, including all of their scrimmages.

    The team maintained a sense of consistency compared to the previous years. Michelle also said, “Our expectations for this season are to of course win league and get into at least the third round of CIF playoffs. We have a really good team this year and we are working really hard to accomplish this.” Overall, they’re heading toward their ultimate goal of winning California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).With the right amount of hard work and dedication, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team certainly has a shot at becoming champions if they set their minds to it.

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