PHS Volleyball takes down Bellarmine Prep


Jaxon Owens , Editor-in-chief

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Nala Campbell spikes the ball past the Bellarmine Prep Lions to score a point in the Vikings three sets to one victory.
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Senior MaKenna Winter waits to set the ball for her teammates in the Vikings three sets to one victory over the Bellarmine Prep Lionsr
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Senior MaKenna Winter serving up the ball in the Vikings victory over Bellarmine, Tuesday Oct. 11.
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The PHS team celebrates after taking down the then first place Bellarmine Prep Lions.
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Senior Jordan Hunter tapping the ball past two Bellarmine players to score a point in the Vikings win over the Lions.
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PHS tipping the ball back over the net to score in a point in the second set against the
Bellarmine Prep Lions.


Coming into the game PHS was 3-1 with wins against Graham Kapowsin, Sumner and Emerald Ridge, with their sole loss coming against the Curtis Vikings.

Bellarmine came in undefeated in league play, any momentum they had coming in was taken away early.

The Vikings took the first set by a score of 25 to 20 and did not slow down and took the second set by a score of 25 to 21 to go up two sets to none.

However, Bellarmine would not go down without a fight.

They took a tightly contested third set 25 to 23, including a huge momentum swing winning a long rally with the score tied up at 20. They did not stop there, as they opened the fourth set 14 to 4.

After a timeout, the Vikings came storming back to tie it at 17 to 17, and ended up winning the final set by a score of 25 to 23.

With this victory, PHS puts themselves in good position to grab the league title.

There are now three teams with one loss and PHS has beaten both of them, Bellarmine and having beaten Emerald Ridge three sets to none 0n Sept. 21. PHS´one loss was to Curtis, who has two losses on the year.

Good luck the rest of the year girls.