BUHS Volleyball vs. Frazier Mountain, Thursday, September 7

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BUHS Volleyball hosted Frazier Mountain on Thursday 9/7 and delivered two extremely exciting matches for the fans.

JV kicked it off in a 3 set match that was neck and neck, point for point the entire time. The 28-26 first set victory was an exhilarating win for the JV broncos. Set 2 was equally close with Frazier coming out on top. Although the Broncos lost the 3rd set, the gym was electric and we look forward to their next outing.

The varsity team overcame the Falcons winning the match in 4 sets. The first set victory came smoothly at 25-11. Coach Frigerio decided to try a new lineup the second set, and the Falcons took advantage of the wrinkles and took the set 25-18. But the Broncos bounced back and won sets 3 and 4 25-22, 25-18.

Delaney Kalk shined in multiple categories against Frazier leading the team’s total number of kills with 10, serving 95%-30% of her serves were aces, and rallying up 18 serving points. She stepped up on defense and tallied 8 digs.

Also strengthening the offense was setter Riley Van Nest with her 15 assists, intelligent setting choices, solo block, and serving for 11 points.

Hitters Lilly Morrison and Liz Ellsworth continue to lead the team with their high hitting percentages and Lilly contributed 8 kills to the overall tally, with Peyton Kalk right behind her with 6 kills of her own.

Defensive specialist Scout Flynn caught on fire collecting 15 digs, while libero Sophie Dishion collected 9 digs, but more impressively received 34 or the team’s 85 Serve receives to put the ball into play.

With a positive first week of league, the Broncos gear up to meet their fiercest competitor, Mammoth, away on Tuesday and will host Rosamond on Thursday.

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