With the Klein Cain volleyball team going 12 and nine in the regular season with a win percentage of 57.10% and being second in the 6A Region II District 15, the girl’s varsity volleyball made it to the playoff for the first time in school history. The Girls Volleyball played against the Cypress Woods Wildcats for their first playoff match. The Hurricanes upset the Wildcats, winning 3-2, moving them to the second round of playoffs.
“We ended up winning in 5 sets with the final [set score] score was 15-12, which I thought was a really tight game,” said varsity outside hitter Paige Strole. “When that last point finally went on the board, a high rush of adrenaline surged through everyone, and it really hit me that we actually made school history was insane. It’s crazy how far we have come since the beginning of the year!”
For round one of playoffs, Klein Cain played against the Cypress Woods Wildcats at Klein High.
Set One: Cypress Woods scores a total of 25, with Cain scoring a total of 20. Cypress Woods wins set one.
Set Two: Cain scores a total of 29, with Cypress Woods scoring a total of 27. Cain wins set two.
Set Three: Cain scores a total of 25, with Cypress Woods scoring a total of 16. Cain wins set three.
Set Four: Cypress Woods scores a total of 25, with Cain scoring a total of 22. Cypress Woods wins set four, making them play an extra set.
Set Five: Cain scores a total of 15, with Cypress Woods scoring a total of 12. (Cain Wins round one of the playoffs pushing them to round two)
When asking how the Hurricanes did so well, many players responded with the same answer.
“Practice, practice, practice. Mostly perfecting out plays and skills,” said varsity player Rory Sadosky.
With the Hurricanes winning round one of the playoffs, they will be going against The Woodlands College Park on Tuesday, November 24 at 5:00 in the Klein Cain gymnasium.
“I’m looking forward to seeing how far the girls can go. They’re making history right now just being in the playoffs,” said varsity manager Nicole Chebret. “I’m just impressed and would love to see our girls improve even more.