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LHS Spikers Drop Two of Three in Garden
09/02/2011

Lady skins come out the GC Quad with a 2-2 overall record and a 1-1 WAC record.
Lady skins start the day by loosing to Holcomb in 2. ( 23-25 and 22-25). The Lady Skins play great offense but the defense end fell short and we lost the game. Kaitlyn Ralston had 2 aces. Marisol Regalado lead the team in kills with 7 kills 3 errors and 15 attempts. Cynthia Cisneros lead the defense with 10 digs

Second match of the night, and the first conference game, was against Great Bend. We won the match in 2 ( 25-23 and 25-20). Katie Garcia had 3 aces Jai Chapman and Makiah Adams had 4 kills in the match and Cynthia Cisneros had 5 digs. The defense and offense worked together to bring the win to the Lady Skins. A couple bitters stepped up and made a difference in the game

The last game of the night was against Garden City. GCHS defeated the LHS volleyball team in 2 ( 13-25 and 18-25). We were not able to get a good pass throughout the match. When we did get passes our offense was not able to finish the ball and the score showed it. Jaycee lead the team in kills with 1 kill 0 error in 5 attempts.

LHS Press Release

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