YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – It wasn’t the outcome they desired, but the Youngsville volleyball team continues to make progress following a 3-0 setback to Cambridge Springs, 25-17, 15-12, 25-17.
Youngsville tried to rally in the third game, leading 12-5, but Cambridge Springs was able to come back to win.
“We are improving with every game, but it’s hard when you give up a seven-point lead in the win or go home,” said Youngsville coach Hannah Bulard. “We make too many little mistakes and miss way too many serves. It’s hard when we haven’t had a practice in almost a week but at this point it’s unacceptable.”
Rewatch the match:
For Youngsville, Mandie Irvine and Mia Rafalski had three kills each. Kenzie Olewine added 19 digs and Dilyn Moore seven set assists. Moore added seven digs, while Olivia Darling and Molly Hellman had two blocks each.
Taylor Smith had 13 kills and 14 digs to pace Cambridge Springs.
Jordyn Wheeler had 10 kills for Blue Devils, while Abbie Schultz ran the offense to the tune of 19 set assists.
Emily Boylan and Kylie Miller each had 10 kills for Cambridge Springs.
“This team I have to work with has all the potential in the world with all the right pieces,” Bulard said. “We need to learn how to win and this team will do amazing things.”