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Cougars have had a slow start to the season via COVID-19 quarantine situation, but get the league win

The Country Christian volleyball team has overcome a few bumps in the road already this season, but opened its league schedule Sept. 21 with a 3-0 over Southwest Christian.

The Cougars opened with losses to Joseph and North Douglas to start the season, then had to deal with a COVID-19 issue that forced quarantine of players and coaches. But that's behind them and the Cougars opened on the road at Southwest Christian.

The Herald-Pioneer.

"We made a great showing with seniors Lizzy Grandle and Lanie Barden leading the team to a 25-12,25-8,25-6, victory," said coach Cara Grandle. "McKenzie Syphard held her own in the middle against Southwest's best."

After battling North Clackamas Christian on Sept. 24, the Cougars (1-0, 1-2 overall) continue Sept. 28 and 30 with home action against Damascus Christian and Valor Christian, respectively. Match time is 6 p.m. for both.

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