Scots dominating on the volleyball court

Gabriela d'Souza, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief

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Carlmont’s girls’ volleyball team played their first league game yesterday against Burlingame High School, the two time defending PAL league champion. The Scots came to a win with 25-20, 25-23, and 25-20.

In the first game, Amelia Tupou and Kendall Beebe were setting while hitters Shelby Vance and Kallan Bedard scored continuous points.

The girls started off the first game with a 10 point lead, which progressed to a five point win after Vance made 14 kills and Bedard made nine kills and 12 digs.

The second game included middle blocker, Torika Ramulo and Charlotte Jackman. Libero Ashley Duba held the back row together making 14 digs, a few kills, and some aces.

Burlingame had a hard time keeping up with Carlmont’s long rallies in the second game, and had a few problems with the net but eventually worked up to 14-8 lead. The Scots came back and won the game with the final score of 25-23.

Except for a few problems with serving and defense, overall, the Lady Scots played a good match. Many of the players believe that there is room for improvement, but they are proud to be on a team that they know can work hard and continue with a good season.

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