Westbury High School Recap

posted Oct 16, 2014, 8:13 AM by Bellaire Volleyball   [ updated Jan 25, 2015, 2:29 PM ]

In last Friday's matches against Westbury added another round of sweeps to the outstanding season the Lady Cardinals are making.  The Cardinals kept on doing what they've been doing; sweeping up the competition .

FRESHMEN
The Lady Cardinal Freshmen met Westbury for the second time this season. Rein Dolormente and Nadia Rasheed commandeered the serving line, while Jaylynn Nunn and Toni Lott both recorded two kills apiece in the 25-8 first set victory.  In the second set Megan Hafer and Codi Fillmore served well and both recorded one kill apiece.  Chelluh McGill added two kills of her own in the 25-4 second set win. Every player saw time on the court, including Larissa Bernstein who has just been released to play after being sidelined at the beginning of the season due to a thumb injury.  After the match, Coach Tomlinson said; "While we missed a few too many serves early one; but, we picked it up in game two with some strong serving."

JV
The JV team picked up right where the Freshmen left of and matched their performance.  The JV Lady Cardinals saw Westbury begin with a bit of a challenge but overcame the surge and won the first set 25-10.  There was little fight left in Westbury''s JV team after the first set.  Bellaire High crushed the Huskies in the second set 25-5.  The Lady Cardinals JV team sweeps Westbury for the second time this season.

 
VARSITY
At Butler Stadium, the Varsity squad roll out more of the same against Westbury.  The varsity Cardinals continued there streak of sweeping district opponents.  In the first set, Westbury challenged Bellaire during the first few points; but, the Cardinals found their grove and easily won 25-6.  The second set highlight was an 11 point serving run by Ella Hawes to end the set 25-3.  By the third set, the Lady Cardinals has worked in all the dressed players.  Westbury created more offense in the third; but, were simply over-matched by Bellaire High in the third, 25-8.  Coach Clarke said after the match; "we continue on track; we need to maintain our competitive focus and challenge ourselves to perform at our best."