Lady Warriors strike down Lady Preppers on volleyball court


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  • Delaware Valley's Brooke Williams (5) strikes the ball. Williams contributed 12 kills and 6 service points. (Photo by George Leroy Hunter)




  • Delaware Valley's Evie Kelly strikes the ball. Kelly contributed 17 service points and 6 aces. (Photo by George Leroy Hunter)




  • Delaware Valley's Elizabeth Bobo leaps and strikes the ball. (Photo by George Leroy Hunter)




  • The 2017 Delaware Valley Warriors varsity volleyball team pose for a portrait. (Photo by George Leroy Hunter)



DV Varsity Roster

Coached by Bridget Crawford, Andy Crawford, and Sam Morgan
Brooke Williams, No. 5, senior
Kristin Volovka, No. 3, senior
Oliva Wood, No. 22, senior
Julia Steele, No. 2, senior
Hannah Lee, No. 20, junior
Elizabeth Bobo, No. 37, junior
Centa Quinn, No. 1, junior
Evie Kelly, No. 16, junior
Alina Zhivkovich, No. 6, junior
Skylar Uglay, No. 13, junior
Emily Anderson, No. 7, sophomore
Gabby Lee, No. 23, sophomore
Kelly Volovaka, No. 12, freshman
Jessica Dardia, No. 8, freshman
Brooke Acoveno, No. 15, freshman


By George Leroy Hunter

— Delaware Valley High School defeated MMI Preparatory School (Mining & Mechanical Institute) in girls varsity volleyball on Monday, Oct. 23.

The Delaware Valley Lady Warriors won in three sets played, by the scores 25-10, 25-14, and 25-13.

Delaware Valley's Brooke Williams had 12 kills and 6 service points. Emily Anderson had 10 kills and Centa Quinn had 6 kills with 3 blocks for Delaware Valley. Evie Kelly had 17 service points and 6 aces for Delaware Valley.

Delaware Valley Warriors season record so far is 15-1.

Delaware Valley won the PIAA District 2 AAAA League Championship with a perfect 17-0 record in 2016. This season the Lady Warriors are again playing well and are on track to make it to the playoffs.

Delaware Valley High School hosted the teams.






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