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Boys volleyball headed to playoffs after win over Bethel

The boys varsity volleyball team competes during the spring sports season.
Allison Huschak
The boys varsity volleyball team competes during the spring sports season.

The Baldwin boys volleyball team clinched playoffs for the first time in six years by defeating Bethel Park on Tuesday night by a score of 3-0.

Sophomore Brayden Gremba is enthusiastic about the direction the team is heading.

“I think this just shows how the program is building,” Gremba said. “We got more kids to come out and play this year, and the coaches have been great.”

In Tuesday’s match, Gremba said Baldwin got an early lead and never looked back.

“We won the first set and never really gave it up for the rest of the match,” Gremba said. 

The Highlanders were able to get a lot of scoring opportunities due to good passing.

“We passed very well and that opened up to a lot of good swings,” Gremba said. 

Gremba said seniors Logan Pack and Bibeak Bhujel played well. 

“Everyone played great last night but Logan and Bibeak stood out,” Gremba said. 

Although the Highlanders swept to the win, Bethel didn’t go down without a fight.

“Bethel also passed well,” Gremba said. “But we had big blocks on their hitters, so they couldn’t get anything down on us.” 

Gremba said the Highlanders still need to work on communication as a team.

“We need to always be on the same page,” Gremba said. “Heading into playoffs, that should be something we have worked out.”

The Highlanders will take on the Peters Township Indians at home tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

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Sophomore Sports Editor Nico Macurak is in his second year on the Purbalite. He can be found playing three sports, listening to music, or playing video games. 
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Allison Huschak, Multimedia Editor
Multimedia Editor Allison Huschak is a junior in her second year on the Purbalite. She can be found hanging out with friends, jamming out to music while driving around, or playing volleyball in her free time. 
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