Girls volleyball breezes past Winter Springs on senior night


Libero Caleigh Johnson serves the ball on Thursday, Sept. 29 to Winter Springs. The team defeated the Bears 3-0.

Hannah Hadelman, Staff Reporter

Playing hard until the last match led varsity girls volleyball team to secure another win against Winter Springs on Thursday, Sept. 29, improving the record to 12-2 overall.

The game took place on senior night, but the emotional atmosphere had no effect on the way the team played. They shut out the Bears with a 3-0 score overall.

“It feels really good [to win on senior night], especially because all of the seniors get to play and represent our team,” libero Frankie Tibbitts-Bryce said.

The team won all three matches with a strong lead for each, 25-11 for the first set, 25-13 for the second set and right side hitter Morgan Romano sealing the win with the game winning point, making the score 25-9 in the third set.

“We really worked hard together as a team tonight,” middle blocker Erin McNamara said. “It was an emotional night and definitely one to remember.”

In the first set, the Huskies showed their team chemistry with Tibbits-Bryce blocking a spike from the Bears making the score 16-8. The same ethic applied in the second set as Romano hits to middle court making the score 7-5.

Libero Heather Kelly had eight digs, two kills and an ace, and Tibbitts-Bryce had seven digs and an ace, contributing to the win.

The team is striving to defend their district title with five games left in the regular season. There is a lot for the team to work for but they are in great shape to achieve their goal. The next game is at home on Monday, Oct. 3 against Lake Mary.