Cap volley fall to Dover 3-0

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The Cape Town volleyball team improved to 4-4 this season with a disappointing 3-0 loss to Dover Senators.

Kali Lawson had 13 kills and five digs in the contest. Megan Smith had 24 assists in the game, while Harlee Graulich had 10 digs. Senior Rileigh Wilson had seven kills and had five digs.

Olivia Anyanwu led the Senators with 44 assists. Kendra Willams and Kimberly Czepukaitis had 16 and 15 kills respectively.

“Dover came out of the gate and really put constant pressure on us,” the Cape Tyler Coupe coach said. “They were an incredibly physical team with heavy arms from the middle and bowling. The first set was almost a washout for us – we were off the pace. Sets two and three I was happy with our game. We served aggressively and did our best to respond to their shots. I thought Kali had a brilliant game. It was the most committed we’ve seen from her both defensively and offensively. We need to continue with this effort and tighten the rest of the season.Things are not going to get better in the last few weeks, and we have to get to work.

The Cape JV side improved to 5-3 this season with a 2-0 win over Dover Junior University.

The Lady Vikings fell to 4-5 with a 3-0 loss (18-25, 16-25 and 18-25) to Ursuline Academy on October 9 in Cape Town.

Smith had 27 assists in the game. Wilson had 13 kills while Harlee Graulich had 11 digs.

The JV team lost 0-2 to the Raiders.

The Vikings travel to Indian River on Tuesday, October 12 to face the Indians.

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