Varsity volleyball starts off with hit

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The Lewiston Varsity Volleyball team started off the season strong with 13 wins since late August.
The Bengals led into their their exciting season at Booth Hall, Aug. 26 at the annual Lewiston Invite. They played six games, and won against all teams.
“We are hoping to build on the success we saw at the end of last year,” said head coach Kelly Harwick.
But three days later, the Lady Bengals traveled to Lake City and lost three matches Aug. 29.
“It was kind of a rough start, but I definitely think we are going to improve and prove to people what we can do,” said senior, Madison Stoddard.
The air quality in Moscow cancelled the Sept. 5 game against Moscow High School. According to wildfiretoday.com, Moscow was in the hazardous air quality area.
The lady Bengals travel to Lakeland High School Sept. 9 for a tournament. They played Colville High School and Lakeland High School, winning against Colville 2-1 and losing against Lake City 0-2.
Sept. 14 the Bengals played a home game against Post Falls High School, they won 3 out of the 4 matches.

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Varsity volleyball starts off with hit