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Girls communicate, make good passes in victory over Pok.

(Oct. 4, 2013) The Stephen Decatur volleyball team stepped on the court Monday ready to compete and the Lady Seahawks were successful, winning in three games over the Pocomoke Warriors.

The visiting Seahawks earned a 25-7 victory in the first game and outscored the Warriors 25-5 in the second. Decatur took the third game 25-13.

Senior captains Katie VanBruggen had six aces and five digs and Taylor Black chipped in with four kills.

Senior Kiley Cooke and junior Hannah Adkins contributed with six and five kills, respectively.

Junior setters Haley Trice logged nine assists and Kayla Heinz recorded five aces and six assists.

Haley McDonough, a junior, served five aces.

“The girls played really well. We communicated, we moved our feet, and our passing was great. Because of all that, we flowed well together and were able to have some nice plays,” said Decatur Coach Sarah Zimmer. “In Game 3, we started to decline a little, but we were able to pick it up in the end. Through our stats, you can see how spread out everything was.”

Decatur will host the Wi-Hi Indians on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

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