The junior varsity volleyball team lost against Millennium on Oct. 17, 2-0.
Because it was the team’s Homecoming game, large crowds gathered to watch them play.
“I’m excited and nervous,” sophomore Avi Bhullar said before the game. “Millennium seems really good, and we want to win since it’s our Homecoming game.”
Because the girls were missing middle blocker Lea Gorny and injured player Kaeleigh Valverde, they had only six players, which meant there were no substitutes.
The first set started with an ace from sophomore setter Isabelle Leavy, and throughout the first set there were many three-touch plays and rallies.
However, the Cavs lost their lead because of a service run from Millennium’s number 23 and lost the first set, 16-25.
The second set featured lots of service errors from both sides.
The Cavs maintained a strong defense for the first half of the second set, but they lost their footing when Millennium went on a service run at the end of the set.
SCDS lost the second set, 23-25, and the match, 2-0.