Westborough loses volleyball state final

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Westborough High School's Sarah Anderson (#17, left) blocks this shot by Notre Dame Academy's Julia Marshall as Anderson's teammate Samantha Kehoe assists.

Westborough High School’s Sarah Anderson (#17, left) blocks this shot by Notre Dame Academy’s Julia Marshall as Anderson’s teammate Samantha Kehoe assists.

Northborough – The girls’ volleyball Division 2 State final was held Nov. 17 at Algonquin Regional High School featuring the Westborough High School Rangers against the Notre Dame Academy (Hingham) Cougars.

The first game was a close battle with the lead changing hands several times but the Cougars won 25-20.  The Rangers came back and won the second game 25-19.  In the third game the Rangers took an early lead but Notre Dame caught up and won 25-18.

The fourth game also appeared to be Hingham’s, having Westborough down 18-12 at one point.  But the Rangers rallied and battled back to win 27-25, forcing a fifth and final game.

The fifth game was initially close but Notre Dame pulled ahead, winning 15-12, giving them the title with a 3-2 victory.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Westborough High School's Tori Flahive has this serve under control.

Westborough High School’s Tori Flahive has this serve under control.

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