The varsity volleyball team won an impressive victory on Sept. 4 against powerful opponent Forest Lake Christian.

The Falcons have a reputation for being aggressive and have defeated the Cavs many times.

“I’m a little hesitant about this team,” junior Aidan Galati said before the game.”But we’re going to fight hard.”

 Junior Jenny Kerbs waits for coaches Jason Kreps and Sarah Song to throw a volleyball to hit in their pre-game practice.

Photo by Sonja Hansen
Junior Jenny Kerbs waits for coaches Jason Kreps and Sarah Song to throw a volleyball to hit in pre-game practice.

And they did.

SCDS took the lead in the first set with a score of 25-18.

But in the second set, Forest Lake came roaring back, 24-26, despite freshman Kyra Petersen’s seven straight serves.

The Falcons and the Cavs played extremely close throughout the third set, but ultimately Country Day won, 25-22.

In the final set, SCDS wrapped it up, 25-15.

The girls next face Woodland Christian on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m. at the Yolo County Fairgrounds.

 

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