Sports

November 13, 2015
 

Scorpion girls volleyball clinch first place in league again, begin playoffs

Jet Fabara
412th TW Public Affairs

Desert Junior Senior High School girls’ volleyball team middle hitter Devyn Cross, #24, goes for the kill against a Mammoth High School blocker Oct. 30 at DJSHS. The volleyball team finished their season as Desert Mountain League Champions with a final league record of 14-0. Since the team ranked second in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) 4A Division, Desert received a bye for the first round of playoffs and will be playing in the second round Nov. 12 at home at 7 p.m. against Bassett High School.

The Desert Junior Senior High School girls varsity volleyball team recently finished their season as Desert Mountain League Champions and surpassed their season with a final league record of 14-0.
The team finished with an overall record of 22-2 for the season before entering playoffs.
Since the team ranked second in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) 4A Division, Desert received a bye for the first round of playoffs and will be playing in the second round Nov. 12 at home at 7 p.m. against Bassett High School.

Desert High School varsity volleyball players, April McGee, #6, and Elizabeth Shelton, #16, anticipate a tip from a Mammoth High School hitter during a regular season game Oct. 30 in order to finish with a final league record of 14-0. The team finished with an overall record of 22-2 for the season before entering playoffs.

“We are extremely excited to be entering this playoff season. We lost a very close match in the CIF semi-finals last season and are very hungry to push beyond and not only get to the finals but pursue that CIF championship,” said Debbie Lewis, DHS girls varsity volleyball coach. “Desert is returning seven seniors, three juniors and one sophomore.”
Additionally, Lewis mentioned that two of the senior standouts will be signing their Letters of Intent Nov. 13 at 2:30 p.m. in the DHS gym with the University of Arizona, a PAC-12 school, Division I.
“Both have earned full ride volleyball scholarships for the next five years so all are welcome to attend the signing assembly,” added Lewis.
For more information on DHS athletics, visit http://www.muroc.k12.ca.us/Desert/19203-Athletics.html.




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