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Varsity volleyball defeats Beaumont High School 3-0, advances to CIF-SS Division 6 finals

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Junior Andrea Campos sets the ball to freshman Vaughn Anoa'i at the semi-final game. The team won the semi-final and will now advance to the division finals.

Junior Andrea Campos sets the ball to freshman Vaughn Anoa'i at the semi-final game. The team won the semi-final and will now advance to the division finals.

Photo credit: Mikael Salomon

Photo credit: Mikael Salomon

Junior Andrea Campos sets the ball to freshman Vaughn Anoa'i at the semi-final game. The team won the semi-final and will now advance to the division finals.

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The Archer Panthers defeated the Beaumont Cougars 3-0 in last night’s CIF-SS Division 6 semi-final. The team played at Archer’s home court at Park Century School.

Junior captain Cydney Johnson was a key player of last night’s game, as the other team returned few of her spikes.

“Johnson was intimidating and definitely pulled the game together,” sophomore player Ava Salomon said.

A highlight for the Panthers was in the third game. Beaumont was up 6-0, but the Panthers pulled through with the aid of Johnson’s forceful spikes and ended up winning with a score of 25-22. 

“I definitely think we brought a lot of energy, fire and pride when we were playing,” freshman Vaughan Anoa’i said. “Especially with the tight game against Heritage, last Wednesday I believe, we played with full confidence and really wanted it more than they did.”

The Panthers will now advance to the CIF-SS Division 6 finals against Grace Brethren High School next Saturday.

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Lola Lamberg, Voices Editor

Lola Lamberg joined the Oracle in 2017 as a political columnist and is now the Voices Editor. In her spare time she enjoys listening to 90’s music, reading and traveling. This year, she is excited to play varsity tennis for Archer and be the co-publicity director for Human Rights Watch Student Task Force. She also co-founds a feminism art club entitled HerArts.

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