Cass volleyball takes a step back
by Staff Report
Sep 17, 2013 | 621 views | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Just when Cass volleyball coach Alicen Webster thought her team had turned its season around, her Lady Colonels resorted back to their old ways Monday as they dropped matches to Robert S. Alexander High and Heritage, Catoosa.

Cass was coming off two region wins and had improved considerably as a team since its tri-meet with Woodland and Cartersville. However, the team’s performance Monday left Webster disappointed.

“I thought we had it turned around,” Webster said. “We had been playing so well and then this today.”

In the first match, Alexander defeated Cass in two sets by scores of 25-18 and 25-9.

“The main things were we missed a lot of serves and had no energy at all,” Webster said. “There was no energy today. It was completely different than it’s been.”

The energy level did not improve in the second match against Catoosa as the Colonels fell in two sets, 25-10 and 25-14.

“They have all the skills,” Webster said. “They can pass, they can hit, they can serve, but they have to do it with passion.”

Cass will have a chance to get back on the right track Thursday at Lithia Springs.