Junior girls lose game but not their hope of winning vs Camrose

Wm. E. Hay Junior girls volleyball team lost their last week’s game in Lacombe, but their coach continues to be impressed by their dedication to play as a team.

Wm. E. Hay Junior girls volleyball team lost their last week’s game in Lacombe, but their coach continues to be impressed by their dedication to play as a team.

“It was a disappointing loss,” said coach Hayley Leschert of the three sets-to-none final score.

“While the girls are continuing to improve in their net-play and teamwork, their serving has been inconsistent.”

Leschert added she was proud of the improved team work of her players and added they were looking forward to their next home game against Camrose at the Erskine gym on Wednesday, Oct. 14.

In the meantime, senior boy and girl Wildcat volleyball teams were playing against Camrose on Tuesday evening, Oct.13 but results were not available at the time The Independent went to press.

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