Volleyball starts out strong

Grant Baker, Journalist

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To start off their season right, the Lady Panthers volleyball team beat the Hot Springs Trojans, a conference rival, 3-0 Aug. 24. Senior Emilee Schomer said, This is a good start for our season. We have a lot of potential.” Junior Kayleigh Sneed added, “This has opened up a bright future for our team.” They had lost to Ashdown 3-2 the week before in a AAA benefit game, but the Hot Springs game was a conference game. The team lost key seniors who graduated last year, but they have been replaced with veterans Jacii Powell, Schomer, Chassidy Jermany, and Raylee May. The next home game is Aug. 31 against Hot Springs Lakeside at 4:30 p.m.

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