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Jayla Motko, Staff Reporter

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Palm Harbor University’s volleyball junior varsity and Varsity teams played Sunlake High School on Tuesday, August 22nd at 6:30 p.m. at Palm Harbor University. Both JV and varsity teams defeated Sunlake with an overwhelming score.

Last season, the Varsity girls volleyball team had 19 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie game. The game on August 22, the varsity won the first match 25-12, and the second match 25-13.

This season, both teams are hoping to go undefeated to be able to move on into the school finalist tournament.

“I think we played as a team on our game on Thursday,” said junior Cassie McCowan. “I hope we can go undefeated.”

There is high hopes for this season of volleyball at Palm Harbor University. According to junior player Noelle Walstand, she is hoping that this year is just as great as last year.

“In the past four years the junior varsity has only lost one game so I hope that as a team we can keep that streak going,” said Walstand.

Make sure to come catch a game! Let’s go Palm Harbor!

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