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Wolves down Herons

SMCC Volleyball Team Photo courtesy of Justin Ouellette

The SMCC Seawolves Volleyball team beat the Great Bay Herons 3 sets to 1 on September 29, 2022. The Herons took the first set over the Seawolves 25-22. In Set 2, the Wolves won 25-10 after dominating the Herons. In Set 3, the Seawolves started- where they finished the previous set but stumped in the middle of the set before putting a strangle hold after a timeout and winning it 25-18. In set 4, the Sea Wolves jumped out to an early 14-4 lead forcing the Herons to take a time out. The Herons made it interesting but fell 25-16. 

SMCC Volleyball Team Photo courtesy of Justin Ouellette

“While we started off down. The 2nd,3rd, and 4th set were more focused on aggressive hitting and blocking. We were also able to control our serves and had a lot of aces. Many different players had several kills tonight, whether that be hits, pushes, tips, and bump kills.” Anna White a SMCC volleyball player tells me

SMCC Volleyball Team Photo courtesy of Justin Ouellette

Ashley Savage mentions “Yeah of course, our middle Rachel Pardi and libero Emelia Lamie got a bunch of aces i’m pretty sure, i don’t remember the amount for each of them but they scored a lot of aces.” The Libero are the ones that always have the different color jersey, they’re like the best passer

Jordan Bickford says “I think the first set we were slow and not playing like we normally do. and then the other sets we stepped it up. and i think Rachel had a really good game with being on the net and hitting.”

The top three-point getters for the Seawolves were Rachel Pardi with 21 points Anna White with 11 and Katie Ewings with 10.5

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