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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Kennedy's streak continues to spike
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In addition to being a devastating hitter, Gary Anderson also gets involved in Kennedy's offense as a pass distributor when the situation calls for it.

The setters aren’t taking aim at a tall group of hitters at the net, but the group is quick and consistently poses matchup problems. Six-foot junior Evan Golodner, a lefty, has improved his game on a weekly basis taking big steps forward in his timing and velocity on returns, while classmate Dan Jeong has played well at middle hitter despite it not being his natural position. On the outside, seniors Rick Calia and Justin Ganca have seen time opposite senior Justin Feigeles. A dynamic outside hitter, Feigeles is just 5-11 but puts his vertical leap to good use on the corner. Frankie Galiano, a junior, is in his first season as the libero after being brought up last season and may have turned in his best performance to date last Thursday with a number of big defensive plays and contributions with service aces.

“Not only are they a good volleyball team, they’re a coach’s dream,” Ringel said.


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