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She drove a spike straight down early in the first set, and fired a missile off an Oswego East girl's arm that crumpled her to the court. In the second set, Avery smashed a spike off a Wolves' girl face.
"In the moment, it's a point, but you don't want to hurt anyone," Zeman said. "We've tried to pick up our game. Everything is faster and we utilize it well."
Zeman and Avery are Yorkville's go-to hitters, but Molek liked the work done by junior middle Hailey Jansen. Jansen dressed with the varsity as a sophomore, and Molek hops to incorporate her more into the flow going forward.
"Hailey did a very good job tonight," Molek said. "She doesn't get enough balls and that's something we're trying to grow. She's a sweet, humble kid. She wants to be a better player."