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Volleyball teams lose to the Rebels

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Junior Busi Banda and sophomore Lesley Hall playing Lake Travis. Busi is outside hitter, and Hall is middle blocker.

Junior Busi Banda and sophomore Lesley Hall playing Lake Travis. Busi is outside hitter, and Hall is middle blocker.

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Junior Busi Banda and sophomore Lesley Hall playing Lake Travis. Busi is outside hitter, and Hall is middle blocker.

Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson

Junior Busi Banda and sophomore Lesley Hall playing Lake Travis. Busi is outside hitter, and Hall is middle blocker.

by Bri Branscomb, Staff Writer

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The Lady Lions volleyball team played the Hays High School Rebels last Friday night. The Varsity team lost their game, as did JV.

“I feel like we played really well with a lot of dedication and heart,” junior Pilar Gonzaba said. “Even though we didn’t win, we gave it our all.”

Even though we didn’t win, we gave it our all.”

— Pilar Gonzaba

The first set for the JV girls ended in a score of 12-25, resulting in a loss for the girls. The second set’s score ended in a score of 21-25, causing this game to be a defeat for the JV Lions.

“We work hard and have already improved a lot this season,” sophomore Hannah Bode said. “[Still], we need to improve on having a lot more energy on the court and working as a team.”

The Varsity team’s first set ended in a score of 20-25 to the Rebels. They came back in the next set however, beating Hays 28-26. They also won the third set, with a score of 25-22, but lost their fourth, with a score of 12-25. The girls then lost the fifth set against Hays, with a score of 11-15, making this an overall loss for the Lions.

“I think we played really good,” junior Busi Banda said. “We continued to play up and didn’t [give up] on ourselves.” 

The next game will be against the Lake Travis Cavaliers, at Lake Travis High School, on Friday, October 21.

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Hi! My name’s Bri Branscomb, and this is my fourth year on staff for The Roar and first year as Editor in Chief. I’m very proud of the material we...

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