Volleyball remains robust with victorious ending

In yesterday’s game, Carlmont’s varsity volleyball played against Half Moon Bay, raking in this season’s sixth win for the Scots. Carlmont won 25-16 in the first set, 25-18 in the second set, and 25-14 in the third set of the game.

Even though Carlmont started out a bit slow, the girls were soon able to warm up and give their best. With the usual strong spikes and unification of the team, the Scots had no problem scoring.

“The best part of the game was that we were able to keep the ball in play and consistent,” said Torika Ramulo.

Carlmont’s varsity volleyball team consists of many strong spikers and servers, but this game Ramulo was able to shine. Her powerful hits and high jumps were able to score Carlmont the winning points. Another player that stood out was Amelia Tupou with strong center passes and her defense.

According to Ramulo, Coach Crader allowed everyone to play in the three sets. “What I liked the most about the game is that we were able to play and we cheered each other,” said Ramulo.

Carlmont’s varsity volleyball is set to play Burlingame Oct. 13 at 5:30 pm.

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