“Our girls were very excited to start the game due to the fact they have friends who were on the opposing team,” said Coach Zach Crawford.
Tivoli started the first game slowly, missing a few crucial serves. The Lady Redfish soon got right back on track and went ahead of their opponent and never looked back, the coach said.
The second game started very much the same as the first. This time the Lady Redfish had to play catch-up the entire game.
A-T tied the game at 18 all then go won the next seven points of the match. This win over Seadrift will move the Lady Redfish’s record to 4-4 for the season.
The A-T Junior High will end its season Monday, Oct. 27, at Pawnee.