After finishing the regular season 12-2 the girls volleyball team of Red Lion brought back a silver medal from county championships Oct 21 after earning second place against Delone Catholic. Despite the loss the Lions still have many games to look back on that they can be proud of.
Along with getting second in counties, senior Jenna Hevner notes other defining moments of the ladies season including their game against Central.
“We were both undefeated at the time so that was the hardest but best game we played,” said Hevner, “Also that was the game we played with the most intensity and we were so pumped.”
Hevner also views their senior night game against Dallastown as a highlight of their season.
“Dallastown thought they had it in the bag and thought they were going to win,” said Hevner,” said Hevner, “But we pulled through and won in four games.”
Sophomore Lindsey Blevins called their recent game against York Suburban during counties a defining game of their season.
“It was our first math in counties and they are a very good team,” said Blevins, “But we played very well and serve reserve was good so we shut their team down and we came out on top.”
On Oct 25 the Lions traveled to Hempfield for a District match up against Waynesboro and came out on top winning all four games. The season ended for the Volleyball team with a loss to Elizabethtown in the second round of Districts.
With the silver medal won in counties and making it to the second round of District play the girls have a succesful season to look back on and represented Red Lion well.