ARLINGTON, TEXAS – The Calvary Warriors struggled against Arlington Baptist Friday Afternoon. They had an inconsistent time serving. Communication has still been a struggle and is one of CU’s biggest challenges currently. Despite the tough afternoon, the team is encouraged about the future. The Warriors need to spend time improving their hitting approach as well as their offensive and defensive transitions, but the coaches are optimistic that this will give the team some much-needed improvement. Arlington Baptist won in straight sets with scores of 25-12, 25-14, 25-9. “I think the game was a hard-fought match for all the players as we work out different options in our lineup. Sometimes it’s hard to establish a rhythm but the girls did a great job of staying flexible. We’re hoping to develop a team that is mentally tough and communicates well and I’m proud they chose to come together through low points. Because of our aggressive serving, we committed a few errors, but it’s also what helped us get some touches and stuff blocks.” – Coach Carolyn
INSIDE THE LINES
● Leah Grady had a strong presence at the net.
● Lindee Wentworth stabilized the serve receive.
● Miriam McCubbin had some impressive hustle plays.
NEXT TIME OUT
Calvary will play against Dallas Christian Saturday morning.