Dragons burn the Lions

Volleyball teams lose against Round Rock

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Dragons burn the Lions

The varsity team talks about what they will do as they huddle together before beginning the first set of the game. This is a tradition that the team carries.

The varsity team talks about what they will do as they huddle together before beginning the first set of the game. This is a tradition that the team carries.

Bri Branscomb

The varsity team talks about what they will do as they huddle together before beginning the first set of the game. This is a tradition that the team carries.

Bri Branscomb

Bri Branscomb

The varsity team talks about what they will do as they huddle together before beginning the first set of the game. This is a tradition that the team carries.

by Bri Branscomb, Staff Writer

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On Tuesday night, the Lady Lions Volleyball team played against the Round Rock Dragons. Both JV and varsity lost, as well as the freshman teams.

“I think our team is filled with so much potential,” junior Madison Berglund said. “Even though we didn’t pull out a win, we fought and are ready to play them again in district.”

The first set for the JV girls resulted in a loss with a score of 15-25. The second set’s score was 12-25, causing the JV team to take a loss.

“We just need to grow together as a team [and] be more tight knit,” sophomore Amanda Larson said. “[We need to] know each other’s patterns and how to read the other team.”

… Even though we ended up losing, we never stopped fighting as hard as we could.”

— Pilar Gobanza

The varsity girls ended their first set with a loss, with a score of 18-25. They came back to their second and third sets with scores of 22-25 and 23-25 respectively, winning the game for Round Rock. The freshman A team lost with scores of 20-25 and 23-25.

“We really just gave it our all that game,” junior Pilar Gobanza said. “[We] had a lot of fun with each other and the crowd, and even though we ended up losing, we never stopped fighting as hard as we could.”

The Lady Lions will be competing in a series of games during Volleypalooza this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The times will be announced on our social media.

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