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SIS volleyball teams compete against HHS


The crowd stirred in the gym on Sep, 13, when SIS hosted its first home match against Humphreys High School (HHS) for all volleyball teams. The varsity boys team and JV boys emerged victorious while the varsity girls and JV girls teams had a rough game. The third set of the varsity girls game was especially suspenseful with the 28-point set. 

The SIS varsity boys volleyball team dominated HHS, winning all three sets. The JV boys also won easily, taking two sets out of three. 

“I am very satisfied with the game results,” Winston Chen (9), varsity boys volleyball player, said. “We worked on getting our serves in and I am happy that I got a few service aces today. We also worked on coordinating with each other, which I think was definitely achieved in this game. I really enjoyed playing on the court with my team, and I feel like our team has already improved.”

While the boys teams left victorious, the SIS varsity girls team fell short in the tight match against HHS, which left some players feeling disappointed. However, they were still able to learn from their loss.

“Throughout the game against HHS, many players were able to use their strengths but also learn about empty spots on our court,” Sylvia Lee (9), a varsity girls player, said. “As a team, I think that this is a great opportunity to learn and improve, and with practice, we can definitely beat HHS next time. It is a constant cycle of improvement.”

All volleyball teams are looking ahead to secure victory in upcoming games. So far, the results of the volleyball matches have been good. Last week, both varsity teams defeated HHS, and the JV boys volleyball also showed improvement in the jamboree, which happened last week.

The following volleyball match will take place at home on Sep. 20 against SFS.

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