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Hurricane Irma Can’t Stop Lady Warriors

Despite the chaos of Hurricane Irma postponing four Lady Warriors volleyball matches, the team dominated their first two games, losing their third.

The Lady Warriors hosted their first game against La Progressiva on September 5, and swiftly won the match in three sets.

“In past seasons we haven’t really been known as a winning team at all, so it was a really great feeling to start the season out strong with a team that’s definitely better than past years,” said team captain Rena Kahn (12th). “I am confident that our team will make it far, and I know that we really have a strong chance of getting to the championships.”

After returning from Hurricane Irma, the varsity volleyball squad bounced back into their routine with a triumph against Posnack on September 18. Although the game was tough, the Lady Warriors ended with a victory.

“I was so proud of the whole team,” said Eden Shushan (12th). “Everyone really tried their hardest and the work definitely paid off.”

The Warriors’ winning streak, however, was snapped after a loss to Coral Springs Christian in the team’s first away game on Tuesday, September 19.

The Lady Warriors remain hopeful, as they are determined to improve and continue to be successful throughout the remainder of the season.

“Throughout the year our team has only been getting better,” said Yael Bister (10th), a four-year team member. “Even though we lost the third game, we are really a great team overall.”

By: Alina Sterenfeld (9th Grade)

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