Varsity volleyball ends season with section loss

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Varsity volleyball ends season with section loss

The girls’ varsity volleyball team finished their season with a tough loss to St. Louis Park in Sections.

The girls’ varsity volleyball team finished their season with a tough loss to St. Louis Park in Sections.

Photo courtesy of Tony Mills

The girls’ varsity volleyball team finished their season with a tough loss to St. Louis Park in Sections.

Photo courtesy of Tony Mills

Photo courtesy of Tony Mills

The girls’ varsity volleyball team finished their season with a tough loss to St. Louis Park in Sections.

Emily Howell, Staff Writer

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The girls’ varsity volleyball team finished their season with a tough loss to St. Louis Park Tuesday night. The team’s Section run started off strong against Robbinsdale Armstrong on October 24, bringing the game to a full five sets and a Red Knight victory with a final score of 3-2.

Coming off of a 19-10 record, the team was hopeful against their second sections opponent. St. Louis Park, one of the team’s greatest rivals, went into Sections with a record of 21-6. The team was determined in its efforts to knock out St. Louis Park, and move forward and play in the next round this coming Saturday, and while the team brought great energy, the Tuesday night rematch ended with a loss in three sets.

The final record for the 2019 team becomes 19-11, and while the season comes to an end, there is no shortage of pride for how the girls played and how far they’ve come. “Coming into the season, there were a lot of unknowns about the team, but we accepted the challenge, and the camaraderie and relationships that we built helped us to overcome those views to win some important games,” captain Emma Bearson said.

Season highlights include placing first in the Apple Valley Invitational and an exciting win against Chanhassen’s team. “Overall, I’m super proud of the girls and how we came together to make an amazing season,” Bearson said.

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