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make it a 17 13 lead. Later, with the lead still at four, Christina DeMalia closed out the game with three straight service points, including a Gibbons kill that got St. Bernard's out to a quick 1 0 lead in the match.
14 point victory, as well as the hosts' first lead of the match at 2 1.
The final game looked to be completely one sided, as the Blue Devils stormed out to a 14 1 lead behind six service points from Olivia Hache and six more from Powers. But St. Bernard's was not about to go away without a fight.
"It was a good game," St. Bernard's head coach Meg DeMalia said. "It was a good fight and we played really well. A lot of our mistakes were easy ones to correct. We needed to pick up our energy (in the fourth game), and as soon as they did that they started fighting for the win in the end."
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Leominster High was a little shy out of the gates Monday, but it wasn't long before the Blue Devils poured it on. The Leominster girls' volleyball team built a comfortable lead, then withstood a Bernardian comeback bid in the fourth game en route to 3 1 victory.
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Leominster got to match point on an illegal hit next, but a miscue on a serve gave the Bernardians possession. Abigail Browchuk rattled off two straight service points to drop the gap to 24 21, but the Bernardians saw the return on the next play bounce off a back row player to give Leominster the win.
The Blue Devils turned the corner in the middle of the second game. With the game knotted at 10 10, LHS senior Taylor Skinner took over, recording eight straight service points.
Christina DeMalia and Abigail Browchuk connected on aces that chopped it to 15 6. Then both teams traded points, before Leominster's Powers helped extend the lead to 23 13.
Leominster improves to 5 2 despite a spirited effort from a young St. Bernard's squad that played much better than its winless record suggests. The Blue Devils lost the first game 25 18, before sweeping the final three, 25 16, 25 11 and 25 21. Bernard's at Leominster High School. SENTINEL ENTERPRISE / BRETT CRAWFORD
"Everyone got in and did what they were supposed to do. But it took us a while to get going."
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Leominster carried that momentum into the next game, with five straight service points from Durrance, the final of which featured a nifty spike from Skinner. The Bernardians battled back to twice cut it within one thanks to Emilia Fanelli's offerings.
"(Skinner) is a strong front row player," DelleChiaie said. "She had great serves. I kind of called her out a little bit and she stepped up. She impressed me today."
Three plays later, a nice service point from Sam Durrance got Leominster to game point, and both teams traded defensive miscues as Leominster earned the nine point victory.
Later in the second game, Sammie Powers regained possession for the Blue Devils on a kill, then earned a service point on a ball that rattled around three Bernardians, putting Leominster up 22 14.
But Katrina Browchuk started her serving with an ace, then added four more service points to push the Leominster lead Prada Bags Latest Collection up to 12 5. Bernard's Michelle Bara, right, bumps the ball as teammate Caroline Anderson looks on. SENTINEL ENTERPRISE / BRETT CRAWFORD
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