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COLUMBIA CITY â€” Indian Springs Middle Schoolâ€™s seventh-grade Lady Eagle volleyball squad is preparing for the remainder of its season.
The Lady Eagles grabbed their first win Sept. 12 against East Noble, but fell to county-rival Whitko Monday night.
Against Whitko, ISMS Coach Melissa Alexander said the team was caught off-guard in the beginning.
â€śWe were asleep on the court for the first game,â€ť Alexander said.
The Lady Eagles fell 25-13 in game one. In game two, ISMS rallied from a 7-1 deficit to nearly tie the score, but fell 25-19 in the end.
â€śWe were trying something new last night that we hadnâ€™t gone over in practice,â€ť Alexander said. â€śI think that threw us off a little bit.â€ť
Despite the loss, Alexander touted the positive efforst of the team.
â€śOur setting was great by Grace Cotter and Grace Mills,â€ť Alexander said. â€śWe had some nice hits at the net by Cotter, Brooke Ebersole and Abby Jones.â€ť
Alexander said the top servers were Cotter, Mills and Haley Willson.
Against East Noble, the Lady Eagles grabbed their first win.
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