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Freshman middle blocker Liz Hook of Pacifica Christian gets her chance to star against Garni Dadaian of Holy Martyr scoring a point during the second set against the Armens at home Monday afternoon.
Photo by Roger Morante
Freshman middle blocker Liz Hook of Pacifica Christian gets her chance to star against Garni Dadaian of Holy Martyr scoring a point during the second set against the Armens at home Monday afternoon.

Sports, Volleyball, Santa Monica, Pacifica Christian

Pacifica Christian Seawolves Breeze Over Holy Martyr Armens 3-0

Captain Gen Hook, center for the Pacifica Christian Seawolves, dives to make a dig against the Holy Martyr Armens during the third set on Monday.
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Captain Gen Hook, center for the Pacifica Christian Seawolves, dives to make a dig against the Holy Martyr Armens during the third set on Monday.
Freshman defensive specialist Chloe DeRoon of Pacifica Christian leaps for a kill against the Holy Martyr Armens during the second set at home on Monday afternoon.
Photo by Roger Morante
Freshman defensive specialist Chloe DeRoon of Pacifica Christian leaps for a kill against the Holy Martyr Armens during the second set at home on Monday afternoon.

Posted Sep. 25, 2012, 4:17 am

Roger Morante / Sports Editor

Pacifica Christian Women's Volleyball (5-0) team were all smiles Monday easily defeating the Holy Martyr Armens in three sets 25-9, 25-13, and 25-11 to advance their winning streak in the Liberty League.

The Seawolves were afforded the opportunity to play many of their younger players during the home game.

"The win went great for us," said Billy Allen Head Volleyball Coach of the Seawolves. "I thought we played steady the whole time and took care of our side and maintained focus. We had a couple of players step up that haven't been playing quite as much."

Middle Blocker Shannen Volpis and libero Maddie Reasner were singled out by Allen as having a solid game.

Standout outside hitter Grace Minchin didn't play during the game but according to Allen he was letting her rest and recover from previous games.

Koko Kaprielian head coach of the Armens thought his team had a bad game.

"They are a pretty good team but we played horrible," said Kaprielian. "We couldn't dig the ball well and we couldn't pass the ball well on their serves and we couldn't block them at all. We got a couple of tip blocks and that was it. They came to play and we did not."

Next game for Pacifica Christian is away against Oakwood Thursday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m.

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Nov. 12, 2014, 8:50:29 am

John Smith said...

liz is my hero. best vball player of all time

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