Volleyball Competes Hard In Final Game; Ends Winless In League

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The girls volleyball team finished last in league after yet another tough season; the team finished with a cumulative record of 1-16 and a league record of 0-14.and ranked 48th in the state.

“It was a tough season but with the captain’s leadership and encouragement, the girls kept going. They really pushed through and kept fighting,” said Head Coach Rob Olson.  

The Eagles won 2 out of the 3 sets against David Douglas in the last game of their season, showing they kept up the effort despite the losses.

 

“It was probably the best game of our season (David Douglas). I wish we had gotten to this level in the beginning of the season,” said Olson.

 

Here stats of the players that stood out this season:

 

Cristina Rodriguez

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Christina Rodriguez

99 kills; 1.81 serving average

“She carried out a lot of the hitting load, she has a strong hit,” said Olson.

 

Rhyan Becker  

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Rhyan Becker

193 digs (keep alive hard hits); 33 aces; 1.79 serving average; 93.6% serving percentage

 

Erika Zuel

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Erika Zuel

301 assists; 28 aces; 94.7% serving percentage

“She’s a 4-year varsity returner, she’s worked really hard and will be difficult to replace next year,” said Olson

Sheila Trnjanin

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Sheila Trnjanin

37 kills; 51 digs; 90.7% serving percentage

“She came back mid-way season (from a lower leg injury), but she was still a great and big part of the team,” said  Olson.

Angel Aluesi & Tupou Fononga

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Tupou Fononga

“It took them a really long time to mature and find themselves. They came through and were amazing at the end of the season,” said  Olson.

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Jessica Villalobos, Staff Writer and Editor

Jessica Villalobos, 16, is a junior and it’s her second year being a writer for the Talon and taking pictures for yearbook. She is the President for MEChA and is enjoys being active in her free time. Jessica enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and spending time with her family. She plans to graduate high school, go to med school and become a doctor, “I don’t know what kind of doctor I want to be yet, but I hope to go to OSU. I just need to focus on graduating high school,” said Villalobos.

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