PHS volleyball adapt and overcome in Anchorage


October 19, 2023

Jamie Cabral

Petersburg High School's varsity volleyball team pose together at a UAA game, following their second place finish at the Lumen Christi tournament in Anchorage. Pictured back row (left to right) Anya Pawuk, Sara Eszik, Ashley Eilenberger, Bryana Ratliff, Iris Case, Elizabeth Burns, Adara Curtiss, Torey Fry, Front Row (left to right) Miranda Carr, Freya Tucker.

Petersburg High School's varsity volleyball had a huge performance last weekend up in Anchorage, going undefeated up until the final match and taking second place in the entire tournament.

With only one loss on their record as of now, the team proved that there's a lot of valuable learning to be had in defeat.

They showed remarkable versatility in their matches along with fantastic teamwork and unity, hinting that they have a lot of success in store for them across the rest of the season.

"They needed to feel that kind of pressure, because some of the games that we've had this year they never...

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