Rivals battle Warriors to impressive victory in girls varsity volleyball

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Posted 10/6/21

East Jefferson sank Seattle Christian 3-2 in girls varsity volleyball Monday night.

The Warriors triumphed in the first set, 25-19, but the Rivals came roaring back to win the second, …

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Rivals battle Warriors to impressive victory in girls varsity volleyball

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East Jefferson sank Seattle Christian 3-2 in girls varsity volleyball Monday night.

The Warriors triumphed in the first set, 25-19, but the Rivals came roaring back to win the second, 25-18.

Seattle Christian responded with a close 25-17 victory in the third, but East Jefferson bounced back in a big way to win the final two sets, 25-21, 16-14.

Sophie Patterson tallied two kills and two blocks for East Jefferson, while teammate Jessi Hawley added three aces, one kill, and three blocks.

Macy Aumock finished with two kills and one block for the Rivals, while Alyssa Vandenberg added aces, one kill, and three blocks.

Ellise Gardner had three aces, and Akira Anderson added five aces and five kills in the total team effort.

The Rivals junior varsity also won, and rallied past the Warriors 2-1.

Seattle Christian prevailed in the first set, 25-9.

It was all East Jefferson the rest of the way, however, with the Rivals powering to a 25-9 second-set win followed by a 17-15 closer.

Rivals Coach Emily Zenz said the standout player was Makayla Vandenberg, who had five aces and two kills.

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