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Statesboro volleyball bows out of state playoffs Statesboro volleyball bows out of state playoffs
Statesboro volleyball bows out of state playoffs
The Statesboro volleyball team won their opening match in the state playoffs Saturday and were able to host round two Tuesday evening. Unfortunately that is where the Blue Devils state run would end, as despite coming from behind to take the first match 25-20, the Blue Devils dropped the next three matches 25-19, 25-14 and 25-22 in the fourth and decisive match, ending the Blue Devils season.“As a coach you just don’t expect things to end, especially after the kind of season we have had this year,” said Statesboro coach Bob Massee. “For me as a coach, every practice was fun, as thee girls continued to show their heart, their grit, and their ability to be coachable. It’s hard for me to process right now that the season is over.”Statesboro trailed for most of the first match, and were down 19-12 before coming all the way back, outscoring the Red Devils 13-1 the rest of the way behind solid play, highlighted by a handful of saves by senior Jordan Palmer, and a few kills by senior Alana McDonald, and juniors Akirah McCrea and Lorin Tidick.The Red Devils and Blue Dewent back and forth in game two.
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