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Mule volleyball season now in full swing

The Wahkiakum Mules volleyball team fell in three matches this week.

"We are definitely working to build and are working on drastically reducing our unforced errors," Coach Kayli Hurley said. "Overall we are focused on showing growth physically and mentally every day."

On Tuesday, the Lady Mules lost to Toutle Lake at home, 15-25, 16-25, and 17-25.

Courtney Carlson had three kills, 14 assists, and four digs. Reigha Niemyer had eight digs. Kamryn Watkins had five kills, Bailey McKinley had three kills, and Emmie Niemela had two kills, and "played well defensively at the net," Hurley said.

Carlson, McKinley and Niemeyer were 100 percent from the service line.

The team started their season last week traveling to Naselle last Wednesday and hosting R.A. Long last Thursday. Wahkiakum lost to the 1B Comets in three sets, 13-25, 26-28, and 16-25, and to the 2A Lumberjills in three, 23-25, 14-25, and 21-25.

The Lady Mules host Adna today (Thursday).


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