Setting up for a win

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Jillian Moore (10),Lilly Robinson (9) and Joie Mulligan (9) high five after they score a point. Although the team struggled during the first half, they managed to pull it together in the second half and pull out a win.She set up many balls for her teammates to spike.

Isabella Watts

JV volleyball played a game against Merrillville at 5 P.M. on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The team played two matches and won both.

“I thought tonight’s match had a slow start in the beginning, but the end I thought we pulled through and played well,” Katharine Mahoney (9) said.

Despite having a slow start, the team managed to work together and win the game.

“People like to think that volleyball is really easy but actually it takes a lot of hard work,” Jessica Toberman (10) said.

The team’s season is coming close to an end and the girls are all playing at their highest potential.

“I hope, in the end, the team can have really good chemistry and that we get together and celebrate and I also want my hitting to improve and just become a really well-rounded athlete,” Mahoney said.

Their next game is on Thursday, Oct. 5 against with LaPorte.