Wm. E Hay volleyball teams keep improving their results

A towering performance – JV Wildcat girls impressed their coaches and spectators with their successful performance against Wetaskiwin on Monday

High school volleyball action is in full swing with JV girls winning impressively and the senior boys slowly improving their performance.

The JV girls’ coach Jessie Holwell had great words to describe the success of her team.

“It was phenomenal match,” she said after the Wildcats beat the Wetaskwin JV girls three sets to one ( 25-18, 18-25, 25-23, 25-22)

“We showed that we were more than just good attackers, with some consistent passing from the back, and unstoppable serves all night long,” she said.

Wildcat JV girls play against Camrose on Wednesday, Sept. 29.

As for the Wildcat boys, the team recovered from last week’s tough loss against Ponoka in four sets (23-25; 21-25; 25-21; 19-25 to defeat Wetaskiwin in three straight sets on Monday, Sept. 27.

“We are looking forward to carrying the momentum of the win to our next game in Camrose Wednesday, Sept. 29,” said coach Todd Dubber. .

In Grade 9 volleyball action, Wm. E Hay girls beat Big Valley girls 2-1 in three sets (21-25, 25-16, 25-10) while Grade 9 boys lost to Big Valley in tow sets (25-16 and 25-14).

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