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Girls stay focused and control match against ND Eagles

By Managing Editor, Lisa Capitelli | Sep 21, 2017
Photo by: Lisa Capitelli Stephen Decatur junior Adriana Serpe sets the ball to junior Morgan Hayman during Wednesday’s match against North Dorchester in Berlin. Decatur won three games to one.

(Sept. 22, 2017) Each game during the Stephen Decatur – North Dorchester volleyball match on Wednesday was a tight battle, but the Lady Seahawks came out on top in three out of the four to secure the victory on their home court.

Decatur won the first game, 25-15. The North Dorchester Eagles took the second game, 25-17. The Seahawks edged out their opponent 25-20 in the third and 25-18 in the fourth, in Berlin.

“The girls played well. They stayed focused and controlled the game,” Decatur Coach Sara Patrick said. “We have been working a lot on coverage and they did a great job with it tonight. In the second game, we missed a lot of serves and didn’t communicate.”

Senior captain Piper Connors had eight aces, 10 kills and six digs. Junior captain Victoria Koslosky, the team’s libero (defensive specialist), chipped in with two aces, one kill and 12 digs. Junior Adriana Serpe added four aces, three kills, three assists and six digs.

Decatur will battle the Wicomico Indians at 5 p.m. in Salisbury on Monday. The Snow Hill Eagles will come to Berlin on Wednesday to play the Seahawks at 5 p.m.


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