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JV volleyball finishes the season with a win

The Lady Lions beat the Rebels from Hays High School on October 20.

via Coach Alexander

The Lady Lions beat the Rebels from Hays High School on October 20.

by Rebekah Hui, Staff Writer

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During the last week of season, the JV Lady Lions volleyball lost to Lake Travis High School on Tuesday, but won their Friday game against Hays High School.

On October 17, the JV girls finished both of their sets with 15-25 and 17-25, which resulted in a loss against the Lady Cavs.

“It was a tough loss,” Coach Alexander said. “I feel our team definitely learned from that game. It definitely gets them fired up for their last game against Hays.”

We had more energy, and we told each other what we needed to do in order to win.”

— Alex Pena

“[The game] was good,” sophomore Emily Irlbeck said. “We played, but we lost. We didn’t come together as a team and unify all of our skills.”

On Saturday, October 20, the JV girls beat the Lady Rebels in their last game of the season.

“It went well,” junior Alex Pena said. “It was a struggle at first, but then we got back up and regained our confidence.”

The JV girls lost their first set with 15-25, but won the game with the last two sets of 25-17 and 25-16.

“We kind of all pumped each other up,” Pena said. “We had more energy, and we told each other what we needed to do in order to win.”

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Rebekah Hui, Staff Writer

Hey! I’m Rebekah Hui (who-eeee), and this is my first year on the Roar Staff. If I’m not at ROTC, then you can catch me running, stressing about IB, or goofing around with my amazing church. I love wearing the color white, trying new foods, especially with avocado or coconut, pastel licorice beans, and watching sunrises. My biggest aspiration is to join the Air Force and become an officer because I love moving around. Even though I was born in Austin, I have lived in St. Louis, Australia, and Singapore. While both of my parents majored in journalism in college, I had never thought about writing until I met the amazing staff, so I am so very thrilled to cover Leander High School with them!

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