Mt. Hope Volleyball

Huskies come back to beat Lincoln, move on to quarterfinals 

Story by Richard W. dionne, Jr. Photos by Julie Furtado
Posted 11/2/22

Huskies come back to beat Lincoln, move on to quarterfinals 

Story by Richard W. Dionne, Jr. 

The Mt. Hope volleyball team came back to Beat Lincoln 3-2 (17-25, 16-25, 25-22, 25-14, …

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Mt. Hope Volleyball

Huskies come back to beat Lincoln, move on to quarterfinals 

Posted

Huskies come back to beat Lincoln, move on to quarterfinals 

Story by Richard W. Dionne, Jr. 

The Mt. Hope volleyball team came back to Beat Lincoln 3-2 (17-25, 16-25, 25-22, 25-14, 15-10) to advance and face East Providence in the Division II quarterfinals. Mia Shaw, Jillian Brown, Sarah Wilcox and Gianna Lunney compiled 35 kills during the match. Shaw the team’s setter, dished out 28 assists and 22 digs to go with her nine kills during the match. Outside hitters Jillian Brown, a senior and Sarah Wilcox, a freshman, each smashed ten kills. Brown also had two blocks and Wilcox contributed 13 digs defensively. Lunney also a freshman tallied six kills and and two blocks at middle hitter. 

“It was a total team effort,” said head coach Lisa Lunney who said that she likes being in that underdog position. The Huskies who improved to 12-7 will be the underdog again when they travel to East Providence who is 16-2, on Friday. The match will start at 6:30 p.m.

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