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Titans battle Nighthawks in competitive match

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Hope Fath and Trinity won 3-2 over Hettinger-Scranton on Saturday. (File Image / The Dickinson Press)

The Trinity volleyball team faced their toughest challenge of the young season on Saturday when they went to Hettinger-Scranton, but they battled adversity and came out victorious.

After losing the first two sets, they rallied coming back to win 3-2.

The Nighthawks won sets one and two by scores of 27-25 and 25-22 respectively, but then Trinity got in a rhythm dominating set three winning 25-12.

They went on to win the final two sets 25-23 and 15-7 respectively.

Hettinger-Scranton had won their first three matches of the year, but they have now lost five in a row, while the Titans are still undefeated at 6-0.

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The match was the first time Trinity had lost a set all year though.

Seniors Abbey Kubas and Amaya Willer led the way for the Titans with 18 and 13 kills respectively.

Ava Jahner led the team with 52 assists and four blocks.

The Titans go to Beulah on Thursday night.

Hettinger-Scranton (3-5) 27 25 12 23 7
Trinity (6-0) 25 22 25 25 15
Trinity stats
Serving (aces): Ava Jahner 4, Asia Willer 2, Abbey Kubas 2, Ashley Pavlicek 1. Set assists: Ava Jahner 52. Hitting (kills): Abbey Kubas 18, Amaya Willer 13, Hope Fath 12, Olivia Kessel 7, Anna Kessel 5, Ava Jahner 2. Blocking (aces): Amaya Willer 4, Anna Kessel 2, Ava Jahner 2, Abbey Kubas 2, Hope Fath 1. Digs: Amaya Willer 14, Asia Willer 13, Jada Erie 10, Ava Jahner 9, Ashley Pavlicek 7.
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