Volleyball team falls to Hartford

The Granville volleyball team saw a non-league 3-0 loss to neighboring Hartford Monday night.

A lack of communication in the first match contributed to a number of misses on the Horde’s part as Hartford took a 25-17 win. The Tanagers might have had a home advantage though; Granville’s girls had trouble figuring out how to work with the ball when it regularly became wild after hitting Hartford’s ceiling.   

The second match was much closer, with Granville falling by a narrow score of 28-26, and the third was slightly better than the first finishing at 25-19.

During the game, Emily Campbell snagged two aces and had one assist, one block and six digs. Natalie Haines had one ace, one kill and five digs.

The girls are now 2-7 in the league and will play at Hadley-Luzerne on Monday.



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