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Valiant effort comes up short

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Nashua-Plainfield’s loss Tuesday night in the Class 1A regional volleyball tournament may have ended its season but the Huskies’ coach believes it also showed just how far her team came this year.
“We didn’t quit, we showed a lot of fight and anyone who saw our first match of the season knows how far we’ve come this year,” Amber McCall said after her team dropped a 25-22, 25-27, 25-13, 25-23 match to West Central to finish the season 4-25. “I’m really proud of these girls.”
Nashua-Plainfield was the victim of an exceedingly slow start in the opening set as the Blue Devils raced out to a 22-12 lead and then held off a Huskies’ comeback.
But the Huskies bolted to a 7-3 second set lead behind two kills from Libby Fisher and an ace serve from Brianna Bienemann, but the Blue Devils, down 21-12, made it interesting and the Huskies had to actually fend off a set point to get a win and square the match at one.
For the full story, please see the Oct. 18 Reporter.

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