FVHS volleyball team faces tough competition in challenging season

Womens 2023 Varsity Volleyball team.
Women’s 2023 Varsity Volleyball team.
Britt Stancil

The FVHS varsity volleyball team is halfway through a long and arduous season. Although their overall record is 6-9, they still can place in the top three in the Greater Neuse River Conference. 

 FVHS started the season with a bad losing streak and went on to lose five consecutive games. This losing streak ended in an away, non-conference game against Athens Drive High School on Aug. 28, 2023.

After beating Athens Drive, FVHS ended up with a record of 4-3 in their last seven games. They held a 3-game winning streak on the road against tough conference opponents. With a recent 3-1 win over Willow Springs, a new confidence boost may run through Bengal Boulevard. 

Facing adversity is what  Bengals volleyball has achieved throughout a challenging season.

 “We have a lot of hard workers and leaders that are very encouraging,” said assistant coach Jennifer Klink. 

With this recent win over Willow Springs, FVHS is tied with Cleveland High School for a third-place spot in the Greater Neuse River Conference. 

The team can still make the NCHSAA playoffs with eight more games left in the season. They have a challenging home conference game against Southeast Raleigh High School on Sept. 28, 2023.  This must-win match could help secure a future spot in a playoff position for the Bengals.

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