Tag: rams volleyball
GILROY—The camaraderie in the Gavilan College gym Tuesday was undeniable. After each drill, the Rams volleyball players huddled together to acknowledge each other's accomplishments, always ending with a “Go Rams” chant before breaking. That, head coach Kevin Kramer said, is what an entire summer of bonding does for a team.
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It was smooth sailing for Gavilan Wednesday as the team cruised to its fifth straight victory. The Rams shutdown the visiting Skyline 25-14, 25-19, 25-19 at home to maintain a perfect 5-0 conference record and improve to 15-6 overall on the season. Lilly Martinez had a career high 10 kills in the game to lead the team. Jessica Stofer and Tasmin Apple each had seven kills a piece while Savanna Hartman added six and Ryan Asp and Andreinna Castaneda each had five. It was business as usual for Sabina Gerard who dished out 32 assists before handing over things over to Lissette Pedraza who finished the match with four of her own. Karina Daniels led Gavilan on defense by picking up 16 digs. Daisy Valladares had 10 and Gerard added nine. The trio in addition to Hartman each had two aces in the game. Gavilan will be back on the court at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Canada College in Redwood City.