Mustangs Tenisha Hill excelling on v-ball court

The BCI Mustangs battled hard but couldn’t prevail as they ended up getting swept by the Paris Panthers in Brant County Sr. Girls Volleyball high school championship play. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Breaking into a smile BCI Mustangs senior volleyball player Tenisha Hill is excited about the future. Hill showed her strong positivity even after the Mustangs were swept 25-21, 25-21 and 25-18 by the Paris Panthers in Brant County high school championship play. Hill was proud of what her team had accomplished. “We really improved on communicating and coming together as a team,” Hill said. “I think we’ve also improved on passing and movement. “I’m not too worried. We’ll be back next year.” Playing a Paris squad striving for their third straight Brant County Sr. Girls volleyball championship, the Mustangs ended up getting swept “We were pretty pumped, and I think everyone was excited,” Hill said about the team’s mindset going into this due or die…

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