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Junior Phalyn Mitchell serves in a match against Nerinx Hall. 
The right side hitter has been a key component to the Flyer’s success.

Junior Phalyn Mitchell serves in a match against Nerinx Hall. The right side hitter has been a key component to the Flyer’s success.

Junior Phalyn Mitchell serves in a match against Nerinx Hall. The right side hitter has been a key component to the Flyer’s success.

Junior Phalyn Mitchell serves in a match against Nerinx Hall. The right side hitter has been a key component to the Flyer’s success.

Emilia Huelskoetter, Writer

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Lindbergh Girls’ Volleyball is half way into their season and have a 33-19  record after winning their last 3 games. The program has shown lots of enthusiasm this season and  are very excited about some of the highly competitive games they will be playing in the near future.

 

“We have three games this week with a couple of private schools coming up including Nerinx. Those will be exciting games as well as the Eureka game on Oct. 9,” Katie Johnson (English) said.

 

As well as these, the team is competing against Oakville, which is also an important game for the team because they beat one of the flyer’s other rivals Lafayette. The team will play Oakville as their last game and is hoping to beat both teams.

 

In a negative turn of events, one of the team’s main starters, Halle Frisella (12) was recently injured while playing in the Oakville tournament. The Flyers were competing against Lutheran South. Frisella, normally a defensive player, has been varsity’s number one setter this season and the team was left scrambled after her unexpected injury.

 

“One of our starters got injured over the weekend, so we’re making up a new lineup. We are  doing pretty well with is, we just have to know how to finish a team we know we should be able to beat,” Phalyn Mitchell (11) said.

 

Baillie Kearns (11), also usually a defensive player, has stepped up and has been playing as varsity’s number one setter.

 

“The team definitely lost a valuable player and it was definitely a tough place to fill, considering she was an all around player. Despite this though, all of the girls stepped up to help us continue performing and competing against difficult teams,” Kearns said.

 

They were able to put a positive spin on an unfortunate situation and bring home a win against Kirkwood.

 

Overall, the program has all united and brought home many wins for Lindbergh. They are all very excited about carrying out the rest of the season and hope to have many more wins to come across all three teams!

 

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