Yavapai College Volleyball Edged by Pima


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The Yavapai College Volleyball team came up short Friday night against the Aztecs of Pima Community College, losing in four sets to move its overall record to 8-10 and conference record to 2-3.

By Chris Henstra

Set one was a back-and-forth affair with the largest lead by either team being three points. Tied 21-21, freshman outside hitter Kierslynn Wright registered a clutch kill to take a narrow lead.

After an Aztec point, sophomore middle blocker Paiten Langston and freshman outside hitter Sophia Parlanti teamed up on a huge block to take a 23-22 lead. After a couple of Pima errors, the Roughriders took the set 25-22.

Set two was much the same as set one with both teams going back and forth and eventually finding themselves tied at 20-20. This time, however, Pima went on a big run and evened the match with a 25-21 set-two victory.

In set three, the Roughriders found themselves in a big hole at 20-12, before scoring five consecutive points, forcing the Aztecs to call a timeout at 20-17. Unfortunately, the comeback fell short as Pima took the next five points to win the set 25-17 and take a 2-1 lead.

Set four was a heartbreaker as Yavapai earned a 23-21 advantage and looked to be just a couple of plays away from a winner-take-all fifth set. The Aztecs, however, rattled off four consecutive points to take the set and the match.

Up Next
The Roughriders are back in action Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona, at 7 p.m. for a match against South Mountain.


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