Rough times hopefully over for Baldwin High volleyball
Baldwin High School volleyball has had a rough start, only winning four games so far this season. The team has played in eight games and a tournament. The tournament, which was the last game the Bulldogs have had for almost 10 days, was two weeks ago, on Sept. 9. The Bulldogs had a rough day but worked hard and came out with one win.
"I think we played very hard. We should have done better, but we played some very good teams there," said senior Tarin Troth.
The girls have had 10 good days of practice without any games yet. The next game that the Bulldogs will be participating in was Tuesday night at Wellsville, against Prairie View, Spring Hill, and Wellsville. Results were not available by press time.
"We have had a lot of good practices in the 10 days that we have had, and a lot of changes have been made so I feel we will be ready on Tuesday, especially with the changes that coach Brown has made," Troth said.
Tuesday's game in Wellsville will be the start of Frontier League play for the Bulldogs, which means they start fresh 0-0.
"We are going in with a new attitude. It's a clean slate and we are looking to fill it with good things," said senior Kristen Wessel.
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