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Westborough girls” volleyball moves on to semi-final

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Westborough High School's Julia Arsenault (#4, left) and Gianna Scioletti (#15, right) rise to defend against the shot by Tantasqua Regional Senior High School's Claudia Fleshman (#13, far left).

Westborough High School's Julia Arsenault (#4, left) and Gianna Scioletti (#15, right) rise to defend against the shot by Tantasqua Regional Senior High School's Claudia Fleshman (#13, far left).

Westborough – The second-seeded Westborough High School Rangers hosted the seventh-seeded Tantasqua Regional Senior High School Warriors for the girls” volleyball Central Division 2 quarter-final on Nov. 5.

The Rangers took control early and won the first game easily 25-8. ?The second game was an extension of the first as Westborough won 25-4. ?In the third, Tantasqua mounted a couple of challenges but Westborough won 25-11 to sweep the match 3-0.

The Rangers will now face Medfield (third-seed) in the semi-final.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Westborough High School's Ali Tarnow (#2) compresses the ball as she takes her shot. Her teammate Heather Clemons is in front (#11).

Westborough High School's Ali Tarnow (#2) compresses the ball as she takes her shot. Her teammate Heather Clemons is in front (#11).

 

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