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Volleyball 2020 Recap

November 22, 2020

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Wiregrass going up for the kill against Sunlake.

The Bulls volleyball team finished the season with a 9-10 record and were knocked out in district semi-finals in the fourth set to Sunlake. Arguably one of the most tense games of the season for the Bulls was against their rival on 54: the Wildcats. The girls finished the match victorious with a score of 3-2. The team underwent a deficit in the first two sets and came back to win the match.

The team included some new starters this year including a transfer from Zephyrhills high school and incoming freshmen replacing key players from last year’s roster. Due to Covid-19 regulations, the team dived into this season with no summer workouts or pre-season games.

The girls were led by senior Zoi Evans, Arkansas commit. The positive mental attitude brought to the team by Evans served as a benchmark for the teams performance and accomplishments. Incoming freshman, Bella Horruitiner, was a substantial contribution to both the front offensive and defensive line bringing 73 kills to the season compared to the national average of 50 kills. Junior Kayla Baer had the highest Ace record for the team, serving up 27 total for the season. Libero Alexis Taylor led the team in digs with 273 for the season, compared to her last season total of 181.

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