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Volleyball vs. Cherry Creek, in Review

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The Varsity Team rallies after taking a time out

The Varsity Team rallies after taking a time out

The Varsity Team rallies after taking a time out

Rees LaBree and Jake Reed

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Last night, the Warriors Volleyball team faced off against Cherry Creek at Sitting Eagle Gymnasium. Cherry Creek won with a score of 3 sets to 1, but it was still a hard fought match between the two rivals, Cherry Creek winning the first, third and fourth sets.

On the Arapahoe side of the net, outstanding players of the night include Haskins with the majority of the kills for Arapahoe, especially in the later sets. Libero Alicia Nguyen also did excellent work as the defensive specialist. Finally Jessie Dolan did excellent work serving, putting up numerous points against Cherry Creek on serves alone.

For Cherry Creek, Markham went on multiple serving streaks and was the main opponent of Arapahoe last night. Honorable mentions to Monroe and Borenstein with the most kills for Cherry Creek.

For the night, the Warriors needed to significantly improve on their blocking. Cherry Creek was able to get most of their points on bad blocks that couldn’t be returned. Arapahoe also showed significant blunder in communication, leaving many points up to Cherry Creek on grounds as simple as confusion.

The Warrior volleyball team plays again next Tuesday, September 19th at Smoky Hill. Follow the ArapahoeXtra on Twitter (@arapahoextra) and Instagram (@arapahoe.xtra) for updates on games and events.

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Rees LaBree, SPEAR Contributor
Rees LaBree is a senior at Arapahoe High School writing and serving as the CEO for the Spear. Beyond his involvement with the Spear, Rees runs for the Arapahoe Cross Country Team, competes in DECA and climbs for The Arapahoe Climbing Team. During his free time he curates @stockitchen on Twitter as “Dishwasher” and climbs...
Jake Reed, Spear CEO
Jake is a senior at Arapahoe who runs Cross Country and is a co-CEO of Spear Broadcasting. In his free time, he enjoys watching sports, going skiing, and appreciating all his last year of high school has to offer. After his senior year, Jake plans to study broadcast journalism and pursue a career in the...
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