Mustangs’ Hill ready to make V-Ball season debut

In what was a real battle full of clutch shots, long rallies and great teamwork, the B.C.I. Mustangs senior girls fell in three straight games in league play against St. Johns. ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It’s been a real test of patience for B.C.I. Mustangs Tenisha Hill, who is almost ready to make that long awaited return to the volleyball court. Nursing an ankle sprain this Grade 9 student athlete, looking to make her mark on the senior squad most recently watched what was a real momentum swinging battle full of long rallies, great teamwork, and powerful returns which saw the Mustangs who were playing at home lose three straight games by 25-22, 25-23 and 25-16 scores against St. Johns. “I’ve missed two games, but I’m hoping to return for the tournament tomorrow,” Hill said. “I love the adrenaline and how it feels to get that big point.” When asked how she got involved with the sport Hill, who has…

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