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Varsity Plays Tough in Road Loss

Varsity Plays Tough in Road Loss

Harvey’s varsity volleyball team was swept in three sets Wednesday, Oct. 27, but the Cavaliers did not go out quietly against Christian Heritage School in Trumbull, Connecticut.

In their second regular-season match against their HVAL rival, the Cavs dropped all three sets, 25-17 in the first one, 25-16 in the second, and 25-13 in the third. CHS had also swept Harvey in their earlier meeting this season.

Despite the loss, Harvey coach Denis Arnautovic thought the team played well. “We executed well and stayed competitive throughout the game,” said Coach Arnautovic. “The difference in games like these is the lack of experience and time spent between the lines,” he added. 

Coach Arnautovic singled out Harvey’s Kira Ortega, Iliana Hellinger, and Emily Sorio for standout performances. In recognizing Sorio, a first-year player, the coach said "she collected valuable game experience and did a solid job at passing.”

In their next match, the Cavaliers welcome EF International to Katonah Saturday on Harvey’s Homecoming Day.  

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