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Volleyball loses to Haverford 3-1


By Jeffrey Heng and Vivian Peng, Staff Reporters

On Wednesday, the girls’ volleyball team played against Haverford during its Block Party blackout theme game, falling short to Haverford 3-1. 

Entering the game, Conestoga lost the first set 25-16. The Pioneers kept the score close in the next set, but Haverford still defeated them by a slim margin of 25-23. In the third set, Conestoga bounced back, winning 25-19. However, Haverford reinforced its offense to close the score gap and won 25-18 in the fourth set, winning the game 3-1.

The girls will face Ridley on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

Girls Volleyball 9/20

Jeffrey Heng can be reached at [email protected].

Vivian Peng can be reached at [email protected].


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Jeffrey Heng, Staff Reporter
Jeffrey Heng is a sophomore and Staff Reporter for The Spoke. He has written news, opinion and sports articles, as well as web and sports briefs. Beyond the newsroom, he volunteers for Make Us Visible PA, which aims to integrate AAPI studies in K-12 schools, is a board member of the Asian American Culture Club, and is a profound lover of frogs, puns and salt.
Vivian Peng, Staff Reporter
Vivian Peng is a sophomore and a Staff Reporter for The Spoke. She has covered news stories and sports games in the past. She’s a member of Conestoga Science Olympiad and likes to paint in her free time.