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The Warriors fight hard as the match goes on, but fall in four games.
By ANIKA COLLIER
Published September 6, 2006
LECANTO - The match between rivals Seven Rivers Christian school and St. John Lutheran boiled down to a battle of determination. The Saints defeated the Warriors in four games.
Game 1 was played well by both teams. In the end the Saints overpowered the Warriors, winning 25-14. Junior Ashley Hampton was the silent leader of her team. A collective serve and timely kills set the stage for the win.
Game 2 was plagued by errors from both teams. The game, however, proved more competitive than the first and showcased the talent of both teams. Seven Rivers' Rachael Capra took charge of her team with several kills. Her effort, along with her teammates, were not enough. The Saints defeated the Warriors 26-16.
The third game was dominated by the Warriors, who won 25-19. Ashley Hampton continued to lead the Saints along with the consistent serve of Trischa Prieto.
Game 4 was the best of the match. Both teams were impressive, but St. John senior Lauren Richardon supplied several key kills that helped her team to a 25-17 victory.