Volleyball wins game against Lansing

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By Photo by Madeline Lamons

Senior libero Abby Ford dives to make a pass in the Jaguar's game against Lansing on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The Jaguars won all three sets.

The 21-4 volleyball team won their match against Lansing High School on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The Jaguars swept Lansing in all three of their sets with scores of 25-11, 25-21, and 25-17.

Senior right side hitter Alexis Crispin felt excited and motivated to be playing against Lansing.

“Lansing has always been one of my rivals since seventh grade, so you always get pumped for these games,” Alexis said.

Sophomore  right side hitter Michaela Crispin was proud of her team even though their performance wasn’t as good as it has been.

“It wasn’t our best game, but we got stuff done,” Michaela said.

Alexis really enjoyed the parts of the matches where her team’s excitement was at the highest.

“I like it whenever our teams are super energetic  and in the middle [of the court] cheering,”Alexis said.

Michaela thought the energy that drove the Jaguars to a victory was the history between them and Lansing.

“They have always been our rivals,” Michaela said. “ It always feels good to beat teams we have lost to in the past.”

Beating league rivals like Lansing are very important for the Jaguars to win The Kaw Valley League.

” We have two more matches [in league play] that we probably need to win the [KVL],” Alexis said.

 

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