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Tigers volleyball rallies late for 3-2 victory

Junior Jenna Kleckler looks on as her teammate, sophomore Olivia Svoboda passes from the back row during a Hayden volleyball match against Rangely on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022. The Tigers have won all five home games this season but hit the road for a tough league match against Vail Christian on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022.
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Down two sets at home against Vail Mountain on Saturday, Oct. 1, Hayden volleyball stormed back to take three straight sets and the match victory. 

A tight third set that could have ended the match in favor of the visiting Gore Rangers, Hayden persevered and battled its way to a 26-24 set win. The Tigers would go on to convincingly take the fourth set and the 15-point tiebreak which they won by nine. 

Hayden has now won four of its last five games, is undefeated at home and holds a solid 9-5 record while sitting 5-2 in league play. 



The girls will next hit the road for a tough league match against Vail Christian on Friday, Oct. 7.

Hayden 3, Vail Mountain 2
H 20 13 26 25 15
VM 25 25 24 17 06



Seniors Tessa Booco, left, and Ema Schlim jump to try and block a Rangely hit during a Hayden volleyball match on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
Tom Skulski/Steamboat Pilot & Today

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