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TAMPA - The intensity of some of the past Berkeley Prep-Tampa Prep matches seemed to be missing from Thursday's at the Terrapins' gym. Both sides made spectacular plays, but Berkeley controlled the match, winning 25-16, 25-14, 25-22.
"We played with the consistency we have been playing with lately," Bucs coach Randy Dagostino said. "Our players are starting to come together the way we want them to."
Youth set the pace for both teams. Freshman Lindsay Young led the Bucs attack with 15 kills, and senior setter Kate Parker led in assists with 21. She only played two games as Dagostino used his backups in the third.
Libero Christina Theofilos played the entire game. The sophomore defensive specialist made spectacular plays throughout the match for Berkeley. She seemed to be everywhere in the third game. Theofilos made 16 digs, many of them almost on the floor.
Tampa Prep had several young players and only three seniors. Sophomore Anna Dalence led the Terps in digs with 13. Another sophomore, middle hitter Dana Malinowski, had six kills. Junior setter Rima Garsys set the pace with 17 assists.
Tampa Prep looked as if it might come back in the third game, leading 21-18 before faltering.