|

Westborough girls” volleyball to move onto States after win over Longmeadow

Westborough High School's Samantha Kehoe (#12, with ball) spikes this ball as Longmeadow High School's Erica Paul (#15, left) and Savannah Ditomassi (#3, right) rise to defend.

Westborough High School's Samantha Kehoe (#12, with ball) spikes this ball as Longmeadow High School's Erica Paul (#15, left) and Savannah Ditomassi (#3, right) rise to defend.

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Hudson – The Westborough High School Rangers girls’ volleyball team faced the Longmeadow High School Lancers in the Division 2 State semi-final Nov. 14 at Hudson High School.

The Rangers dominated the first two sets, winning 25-12 and 25-11.? In the third set, the Lancers started to show some mettle and kept the game close.? However, Westborough stuck to its game plan and won the third set, 25-20, for a 3-0 sweep.

Westborough will next face the Notre Dame Academy of Hingham in the State final which will be held at Algonquin Regional High School Saturday, Nov. 16 at 3 p.m.

Westborough High School's Gianna Scioletti (#15, rear) rises to defend the shot by Longmeadow High School's Emma Robin (#6, right).

Westborough High School's Gianna Scioletti (#15, rear) rises to defend the shot by Longmeadow High School's Emma Robin (#6, right).

Short URL: http://communityadvocate.com/?p=42597

Posted by on Nov 15 2013. Filed under Byline Stories, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply


6 - = four

Recently Commented

  • Bob Santospago: I had known Bruno all of my life. He was a wonderful man and I am so sorry to hear he has passed. I...
  • Khill: Very well said Suzen!
  • Khill: We a locals who love the Grafton Inn. Warm, welcoming and good food. It can get busy but is worth the wait....
  • Peggy Gignilliat: Kenny, as we know him, my husband’s cousin, is a wonderful example of a HERO. He is saving...
  • Karen DelGizzi Fessenden: Nancy, you continue to go the extra mile working with children. You inspired me to become a...