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Highland Scots’ hitter Brogin Denman goes up for a spike in the first set of Thursday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Confernce volleyball match against Buckeye Valley. Looking on are teammates Alyssa Brown (1), Kam Terry (20), Carley Gahm (4) and Marlese Ferguson (10).
Highland Scots’ hitter Brogin Denman goes up for a spike in the first set of Thursday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Confernce volleyball match against Buckeye Valley. Looking on are teammates Alyssa Brown (1), Kam Terry (20), Carley Gahm (4) and Marlese Ferguson (10). (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
September 21, 2012 11:00 am EDT

 

SPARTA — The Highland Scots (7-7, 4-2 MOAC) blew their first game, 15-8 lead and were not quite able to get it going.

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The Scots were swept by the visiting Buckeye Valley Barons, 25-21, 25-22, 25-21, in Thursday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Confernce volleyball match at Highland High School.

“We just have to play with more heart,” said Highland coach Rob Terrill. “Too many times, it’s right there for us. We’ve made a silly mistake here or there. We’ve got a mix of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors and we just have to find the right combination. We have to play harder and play smarter.”

For Terrill, watching the Scots unable to finish when they are ahead has been an all-too-familiar sight.

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