Lady Scots dominate on the court


Gabriela d'Souza, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief

[media-credit name=”Gabriela d” align=”alignnone” width=”224″][/media-credit]Carlmont’s varsity volleyball team earned the school to yet another win on Oct. 6 against San Mateo High School with scores of 25-19, 25-14, and 25-20.The first game was very intense for the Lady Scots as both teams remained tied until 15 points in. Shelby Vance and Torika Ramulo both took charge and lead the other Scots a two point lead that slowly increased to a seven point lead. By the end of the first game Ramulo had 7 kills and Vance had 6.Carlmont had a few problems with serving but they got over it quickly with switching in new players. Both teams continued to have problems with hitting the net throughout the first game which continued through the second and third but decreased substantially.

In the second game the Scots took over automatically with a 5 point lead. San Mateo had a few good players that continued to score for them but the Carlmont girls still came out on top.
Charlotte Jackman also played well contributing a point to the team’s score and helping complete many hits.

Vance was the star of the third game, scoring 4 points for the girls and making 6 kills. The game was close but yet again the senior players took control and the team ended with a 5 point win.

The Scots will play their next game against Half Moon Bay High School on Oct. 10.

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