SPORTS CAMP INFO
Girls volleyball team loses to south side rival
September 4, 2013Southport High School
Last night Tuesday Sep. 3, the girls volleyball team faced their rivals Perry Meridian. They got swept by the Falcons 3-0.
According to head coach Mr. Kyprian Harasymowycz the girls fought very hard and he wishes the team would have had that kind of intensity last Saturday at their tournament, because he thinks they would have gone to the championship.
“The way those girls fought tonight, even when they were down, proved what it really meant to wear red and white,” Harasymowycz said after the game.
According to Harasymowycz the team desperately needs to improve team chemistry. Throughout the season it has mostly been senior Dabney Skutt and senior Bailey Brothers taking charge. He believes the team needs at least one more player to step up and get more aggressive.
Communication is something the team needs to work on during practice this week.
“Communication is always important, and I think we need to be more aggressive and lessen our errors that can be controlled,” senior Dabney Skutt said.
According to Harasymowycz Perry Meridian was definitely a good team, and they don’t give up points easily.
“They had more experience, talent and height and I believe this determined the outcome of the game,” Harasymowycz said.
The Lady Cards are now 5-6 going into their twelfth game of the season at Bloomington South on Sep. 5. The meet will be away and is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. Last year they lost 3-0, the Cards are looking to avenge their loss and come out on top.
Go support your Lady Cards.
SHS News Bureau