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Volleyball team wins two, loses one

By Mike Streams
DQsportswriter@yahoo.com

Tuesday, Sept. 5, the DeQuincy Tiger Volleyball Team played host to the North Vermillion Patriots. In the Junior Varsity game, the Tigers came away with the victory winning with a 2 set to 1 set victory, (25, 11) (19, 25) (15, 11).

Top performers for the DeQuincy JV Squad were Brooke Jones with 14 serving points including 4 aces, Kaitlyn Flower with 8 serving points including three aces and Terryn Barlow with 8 serving points and 4 aces.

The Varsity match saw DeQuincy fall in five sets in a tough match. (23, 25) (25, 21) (25, 16) (20, 25) (11, 15).

Top performers in the match were Reghan LaCour with 17 serving points including 7 aces, Quintasha Roy with 12 serving points including 8 aces, and Akizie David with 10 serving points and two aces.

Wednesday night, Sept. 6, DeQuincy played host to Sulphur and the JV squad posted another victory with the scores of (25, 22) and (25, 17). In the Varsity match DeQuincy took the win as well in four sets (25, 18), (25, 23), (9, 25), (25, 9).

Thursday, Sept. 7, the team loaded the bus and headed to Crowley for a match against Northside Christian. The JV team once again, posted a victory for the week winning in straight sets (25, 23), (25, 23).

Varsity then took to the court and pulled the win out in five sets. (5, 25), (25, 18), (22, 25), (25, 23), (15, 13). Madison Stewart had a great game offensively and Jaila Parker on defense.

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