St. Ursula Bulldogs dominate Comets in three straight sets

Gina Deaton | Staff Writer


The girls volleyball team played St. Ursula Tuesday night.

The girls’ volleyball team was defeated by the visiting St. Ursula Bulldogs Tuesday night, losing 25-21, 25-14 and 25-18.

The game gave the Comets a reality check by highlighting where they need to improve, according to senior Molly Tucker.

“This game showed us what we need to work on,” Tucker said. “[St. Ursula] is a good team. We always like playing them because they always give us a challenge, but they make us better.”

Head coach Tiann Myer said that the team is trying to stay positive throughout the season, and stay motivated even with tough opponents.

“We’re trying to be a better team this year in regards to our mental game,” Myer said. “We try to come up with one specific saying for the season and talk a lot about our goals before a game to see where we’re at with them and if we can hold ourselves accountable.”

According to Myer, the team’s loss is the opposite of a setback.

“[This game] is definitely going to help our season because St. Ursula is a strong, talented team and it gives us a chance to see some of our errors that we made and some of the things that we can work on, fix, and just use to get our head back in the game,” Myer said. “It’s not going to affect us in any way but positively.”