Mules volleyball gains on-the-court experience


September 14, 2023

Ian Brandon

Mule blockers work the net.

The Wahkiakum Mules volleyball team is 0-3 in non-conference games this week. They started their season last Wednesday at home with a three set loss to R.A Long.

Ian Brandon

A Mule blocker gets a touch.

"It was a slow start for us, but on the bright side, there's a lot of room for growth," Coach Kayli Hurley said.

Standouts for Hurley include Amirah Abdul Kariem and Jessie Lafever with good backcourt play.

The following day the team hosted Willapa Valley and lost in three sets.

"We showed growth on the floor tonight," Hurley said, "it just wasn't enough to take a set. Nonetheless, progress is progress."

Standouts that day included Abdul Kariem for an all-around solid game, Sam Deal Cruz in the setting position, and Genevieve Fleming at the net.

On Monday, the Mules traveled to Naselle and lost in three sets. There was no report from the game.

The team next plays Tuesday, September 19 at Onalaska.


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