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Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Fall To Salinas Cowboys


Varsity BOys lose to Salinas 3-1

The first game of the 2023 boys’ varsity volleyball season took place last Thursday, February 23 in the Gil Asa gym at PRHS.

The game began at 6:15 pm, taking on the Cowboys from Salinas High School and following a win from Paso JV boys. 

The starting lineup included freshman Colin Daugherty (#4), junior Maxwell Berry (#7), junior Wade Willis (#3), junior Bennett Reed (#24), senior Omar Acevedo (#6), and junior Jordan Prowse (#1).

The first set ended with a score of 25-16, with Salinas in the lead. In the second set, the Bearcats fought hard but ultimately fell just short, losing 25-23.  

Paso won the third set 25-19, but lost the fourth 25-19 to Salinas, thus wrapping up the game 3-1, a victory for the Cowboys.

The team gathers in a huddle before the game.

Willis is introduced to the crowd, waving.

Acevedo waves to the crowd.

Reed raises his fist as he’s introduced, teammates Miguel Muniz, senior, and Bryson Wakeman, junior, cheering him on.

The team cheers in their huddle before the game.

Daugherty sets the ball.

Reed prepares to set the ball as his teammates watch on.

Miguel Muniz (#10) taps the ball.

Acevedo approaches the ball.

Daugherty jumps up to hit the ball.

Prowse flies up and hits the ball.

Daugherty raises his arm to strike.

Acevedo prepares to bump the ball.

Photos by Joseph Taranto and Dakota rickerd

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Kalani Gaviola
Kalani Gaviola, Editor-in-Chief
Kalani Gaviola, senior, is one of the Editor-in-Chiefs of Crimson Newsmagazine, as well as co-InDepth Director. This is her second year as Editor-in-Chief and InDepth Director, and her third year in Crimson. Outside of Crimson, she is a varsity Cross Country and Track athlete, ASB Staff and Student Director, and an enjoyer of creative writing, reading, and drawing.
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