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City College triumph in Panther Classic

Photo courtesy of City College Volleyball home page.

The Panther volleyball team hosted and swept the Panther Classic Sept. 17, with victories over Shasta College and De Anza College 3-1 and 3-0, respectively.

The Panthers used a balanced attack strategy to overwhelm their opponents in the home opening tournament. Tori Nunez led the team in kills with 13, Payton Fine led the team with four blocks all in the second match, and Cecily Basques led the team in aces with five.

“I felt like everyone was contributing in the first game,” head coach Laurie Nash said. “It’s a collaborative effort. Every match we play we’re either contributing or contaminating, and it’s that way in volleyball.”

Early this season the Panthers struggled with finishing teams off. On this day there were no fifth games needed to put either match away.

“I think we did well. We could have finished quicker,” Jessica Pena said.  “But we got the job done in three in the first match and four for the second one, which is a lot better than [how] we’ve been playing.”
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Biological science major Megan Pollock said the team has seen improvement but lacks energy.

“We have been improving in every match we have played in,” Pollock said. “I think it is hard for us to get our energy up. I think we did a better job at that in the last match. Sometimes when we are playing slower teams it’s hard not to stoop down to their (energy) level, but we have been playing well overall.”

The scores for the games from match one against De Anza College were 25-10, 25-20, 19-25, 25-15. For the second match, against Shasta College, the scores of the games went 25-12, 25-23, 25-13. The Panthers outscored their opponents 150-112.

The next home match will be Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. against Napa Valley College.

For more details, go to the volleyball homepage at SCC Athletics.

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