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Madison Dailey

Junior outside hitter Mallory Lyon spikes the ball over the net during the women’s varsity volleyball match against Bel Air. The match took place on Saturday, Sept. 16 as a part of the Battle of Bel Air.

Women’s Volleyball

Women’s varsity volleyball finished off their season with a 3-0 loss to Notre Dame Preparatory School in the IAAM “A” Conference quarterfinals, ending their season with a record of 8-11. JV’s record was 2-16.

The team was lead by senior setter Teresa Langbein and senior libero Isabel Marhoun. “I would say our captains Teresa and Isabel were our season MVPs. Teresa’s sets helped us get a lot of kills and Isabel was amazing at passing,” junior middle blocker Katie Scheidhauer said.

Despite some tough losses, the team stuck together through it all. “We really worked as a team. When someone got down, we would help bring them back up. We had a great support system,” Scheidhauer said.

Varsity coach Greg Cullison already has his eyes set on next year. “We should be fairly competitive in the [IAAM] A Conference next year. We’ll lose six seniors, but we have a good corp of juniors and we expect some newcomers,” Cullison said.

Matthew Foulk is a Sports Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com.

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