After beating Annapolis in three sets, the Severna Park JV girls volleyball team was crowned the county champion in November.
Severna Park coach Megan Taylor said the girls came to practice ready to learn and work hard every day since their first meeting August 11.
“They stayed focused, and their hard work and determination is what got them to the JV county championship and the win,” Taylor said. “Annapolis was a tough team, and it was so exciting to see the growth and talent they had and brought.”
Severna Park won the first set against Annapolis, 25-9, but Annapolis rebounded by taking the second set 25-20. The third set came down to a fun finish.
Maeve Byrne played one of her best games with 13 aces and 8 kills. With the score tied 14-14 in the third set, Byrne went back and served two aces, allowing Severna Park to take the win, 16-14. Courtlynn Edwards had seven kills, and Lizzie Ranaghan and Abby Roberts each had five kills.
“This group was truly like a family, and I was sad to see it come to an end,” Taylor said.
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