Boys’ Volleyball wins against Lexington

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Boys’ Volleyball wins against Lexington

Brendon Teirney serves the ball

Brendon Teirney serves the ball

Brendon Teirney serves the ball

Brendon Teirney serves the ball

Mehul Shrivastava and Kai-Jia Yue

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Westford Academy boys’ volleyball team was victorious against Lexington High school on Wednesday, April 27th, ultimately winning all three sets of the game.

The first set started off with Lexington scoring the first few points and maintaining a lead for a little while. However, WA quickly came back and tied with Lexington, with a a score of 6-6. The Ghosts maintained the tie and eventually started taking the lead, with a score of 10-9. WA continued to increase their lead, and with a few impressive plays, got the score to 21-10. Over the next few minutes, both teams continued to put points on the board, and the Ghosts maintained a lead with a score of 24-13.

Although the quarter started with Lexington taking the lead, WA quickly jumped ahead and ended the set strong with a score of 25-13.

The second set started with Lexington scoring first yet again, but WA immediately took the lead with a score of 3-1 in the first couple minutes.  They continued to increase their lead and with both teams scoring, and got the score up to 12-9. WA continued to score a lot of points, so that they had a significant lead with a score of 22-16. However, Lexington started to pick up their game and brought the score to 23-20, catching up to the Ghosts.

The set was close at the end, but WA pulled through with a score of 24-23, resulting in another won set for WA.

The third set started in favor of WA, with the Ghosts scoring the first point. Over the next few minutes, WA continued to score, but Lexington continued to tie the score. The Ghosts eventually built a lead with a score of 6-4, and continued to stay in the lead for a while as both teams continued to score.

WA then gained a significant lead over Lexington, bringing the score to 19-13. The set ended with a final score of 25-19, with the Ghosts taking their third and final set and winning the game.

Coach Russell Coward thought that the team could played better, but was overall proud of their win.

“I’m happy that we won three to nothing. I thought we could have played better, but that’s okay…but I think we could have played a little better than we did today. But I’m not disappointed,” said Russell.

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  • WA blocks the ball sent over from Lexington

  • Lars Cianciolo gets ready to serve

  • Pat Coffey and Brendon Tierney block the ball

  • Senior Brendan Tierney jumps up to block a Lexington player

  • Brendan Tierney catches the ball from touching the floor

  • Brendon Teirney serves the ball

  • Senior Neema Saberi goes for the ball.

  • Junior Michael Baltyan reaches for the ball.

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