Redwood Times

The JV netters came from behind to beat Hoopa on the road for the last match of their season last Tuesday 20-25, 25-18, 15-13.

Freshman Emma Valk, who also plays varsity, led the scoring with 10 points and had 5 digs and 2 kills as well. Sophomore Lily Farrell had 7 points, kills and 4 digs, sophomore Libbi Hartl had 5 points with 7 digs and 4 kills and junior Briana Font had 3 points with 4 digs and 3 kills. Freshman Ruthann Goodfield had 3 points with 4 digs and a kill and freshman Jasmine Carr had 2 points and 2 digs.

"I’m glad I could do this (JV) program this year," said head coach Lisa Todd. "It can help a program so much when the girls that wouldn’t see a lot of playing time on varsity get to play. It’s hard to see a player come to practice, work hard and do the conditioning just to sit on the bench."