Peacock senior girls edge Vanier
Central defeats Cornerstone in straight sets
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,