Geoff Cowles/News Highland’s Raina Terry serves during a recent team practice. Terry is one of several Scots on the team with a sibling who played before her.

SPARTA — The streak is over.

At least, according to Rob Terrill.

The Highland volleyball coach isn’t looking back at 55 victories in a row in conference play. Don’t tell him about 151 straight sets won, either.

“We’re in a new league, so it’s zero,” he said.

With the Blue Division of the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference breaking away to form the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference — trading Elgin for Danville in the process — faces will still be familiar.

So are the faces on the Highland volleyball squad.

Gone are some of the biggest volleyball stars in school history. Back, however, are some siblings — and the talent.

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