News-Herald (Perkasie, PA) - - OPINION - By An­drew Marcus

Af­ter eras­ing the demons RI ODVW yHDr’V VHPLfinDO ORVV WR Cal­vary Bap­tist days ear­lier, the Christo­pher Dock vol­ley­ball was feel­ing good head­ing into its Dis­trict One Class A cham­pLRnVKLp gDPH DgDLnVW 6DFrHG Heart. Not even a slow start against the top seed and twotime de­fend­ing champs could VKDNH WKH 3LRnHHrV’ FRn­fiGHnFH.

How­ever the Pi­o­neers could nRW finG VpDFH bHWwHHn WKH 6D- cred Heart de­fend­ers and set­tled IRr D VHFRnG pODFH finLVK Ln IRur games. The 16-25, 25-20, 1525, 25-12 sea­son end­ing loss 6DWurGDy DW 6prLng-FRrG GLG nRW put a damper on the Pi­o­neers’ sea­son.

Coach Tr­ish Hoover was re­cently an­nounced the Bi­cen­ten­nial Ath­letic League Coach of the vear for her job lead­ing the Pi­o­neers to D OHDguH WLWOH. 6HnLRr .DLW Miller, who had nine kills and three aces in the cham­pi­onship game, was named league MVP. Anna Martin and Ash­ley McGar­rity were also named all-BAL.

,n WKH firVW WwR VHDVRnV un­der Hoover, the Pi­o­neers have taken one step for­ward, this year beat­ing crosstown Cal­vary 3-0 in the open­ing round of the playoffs. It means the Pi­o­neers will work hard all off­sea­son to VWRp 6DFrHG HHDrW’V VWrHDN RI ti­tles next fall.

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