Pea­cock se­nior girls edge Vanier

Cen­tral de­feats Cor­ner­stone in straight sets

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forced ex­tra points to win the and the match, 26-24.

“I thought at mo­ments they were right in there and had a lit­tle bit of con­trol,” Meili said about the match as a whole. “A few er­rors here and there can change a game and that’s all she wrote.”

Pea­cock, on the other hand, used the game as an op­por­tu­nity to try play­ers at new po­si­tions and used their bench to their ad­van­tage.

Toil­ers coach Krysta Caplette said they haven’t had many op­por­tu­ni­ties to prac­tice and have been ex­per­i­ment­ing with their lineup.

“We are kind of moving girls around and they are do­ing a re­ally good job of be­ing com­fort­able with that and be­ing good sports play­ing dif­fer­ent po­si­tions all the time,” said Caplette.

“When you are play­ing all the time, you don’t have much time for prac­tice. We’ve been go­ing to tour­na­ments ev­ery week­end so we don’t get much time for prac­tice and then they get thrown in game sit­u­a­tions. So I think they are do­ing a great job adapt­ing to what dif­fer­ent po­si­tions we are putting them into.”

In other se­nior girls ac­tion on Tues­day night, the Cen­tral Cy­clones de­feated the Cor­ner­stone Fal­cons in straight sets 25-15, 25-13 and 25-21.

Next se­nior high school vol­ley­ball ac­tion is Thurs­day when Cen­tral boys host Cor­ner­stone and the Vanier boys host Pea­cock. Both games start at 7 p.m. set,

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