DP Boys Volleyball wins against San Luis Obispo 3-0

DP Boys Volleyball wins against San Luis Obispo 3-0

This past Thursday, Dos Pueblos Boys Volleyball played in a non-league game at San Luis Obispo High School, winning 3-0. They won the first set 25-22, the second set 25-17, and the third set 30-28. This takes them to a league record of 5-2 and an overall record of 16-6.

The Dos Pueblos Chargers made defensive adjustments through the first set, as they got a feel for their opponents, as well as for the gym. Noah Grant (11) and Liam Shields (11) worked against the net, with Grant having four kills, one ace, and four blocks, and Shields having seven kills and one block.

“Those two punched the clock again tonight and never stopped working along that net,” coach Ehren Hug said.

Opposite Micah Goss (12) returned from injury with 17 kills from all over the court, as well as two blocks, and two digs.

”[Goss] looked crisp tonight on the attack; just patient then explosive with those last two steps.” Hug said.

The Chargers adjusted to roster modifications with senior starters Ezekial Tynes and Nicholas Schultz-Clifford unable to play due to injuries.

Kawin Ramko (11) increased his kills since last game, from two to 10, as well as having one block, and one dig. Lukas Kennett (12) improved from one dig in his last game to eight digs and two assists against San Luis Obispo.

Nate Vincent (11) and Wyatt Silver (11) held similar stats from their last game, Vincent with two kills and one dig and Silver with six kills, two aces, one block and nine assists. Ryan Curtis (11) had one ace, one block, and nine assists. Enzo DeMatteo (10) had one dig, and one assist.

Their next game will be against Santa Barbara on Thursday, April 11.

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