Wildcats shine at home

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October 9, 2019 - 10:57 AM

Bailey Griffith goes up for a block against Chetopa on Tuesday. The Wildcats split with a loss against Chetopa, and a win versus Uniontown. REGISTER/ERICK MITCHELL

MORAN — “Eat it!” screamed the Marmaton Valley girls after senior Bailey Griffith killed a ball to give the Wildcats a late advantage against Uniontown, and ultimately carried them to victory. 

The win against Uniontown made up for their loss against Chetopa earlier in the evening. Despite the 1-1 split, head coach Terra Kegler had nothing but praise for her Wildcats. 

“I was proud of how we played against Chetopa, because they are a really good team,” Kegler said. “We have tweaked some of our rotations with the girls, and tonight I felt we were finally working better together. We have more confidence, the girls are more comfortable in their positions, and we have a lot better attitude.”

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