Girls Varsity Volleyball Matches Up Against North Chicago

Varsity volleyball plays hard against North Chicago Warhawks with several aces, kills and more.

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Girls Varsity Volleyball Matches Up Against North Chicago

The girls varsity volleyball team gets ready for their game against the Warhawks.

The girls varsity volleyball team gets ready for their game against the Warhawks.

The girls varsity volleyball team gets ready for their game against the Warhawks.

The girls varsity volleyball team gets ready for their game against the Warhawks.

The girl’s varsity volleyball team played the North Chicago Warhawks last night, September 13, at home. The Sequoits won the first and second set of the match to take the win altogether. All the players brought great effort to the court and worked together to really put the pressure on the Warhawks.

“The biggest factor in tonight’s win was our aggressive serving and we were able to run more plays,” senior Lilly Regnier said.

All the players were determined to play their best. A few players even had many great plays that contributed to their win.

Cenie Frieson had many aces and kills to put the Sequoits ahead in both the first and second set. Also, Regnier made plays to get multiple kills throughout the match.

“My favorite play of the game was when I set Lilly Regnier and she got a great kill out of the middle,” senior Katie Vilardi said.

There were also strong plays made by Grace Weber, Ayanna Tommy and Hannah Benes, but the entire team heavily contributed to the win, which was all possible through teamwork.

“[Our team] is really special, we are ranked in the top fifteen for volleyball in the Chicagoland area,” Regnier said. “To be that good, we have to have a close bond as a team and it is only getting stronger.”

Each player has their own talents and strengths, and the team uses these to their advantage to find a rhythm that works for everyone.

“We are strong overall and by focusing on what we can control contributes to our wins,” Vilardi said.

The varsity volleyball team now has a record of 10-2-1. They will use their momentum to go into their game next week, but will also keep improving on their game play to keep their winning streak going.