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Baldwin volleyball gaining steam
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Baldwin's Bridgette Walsh had 10 kills and 20 digs to help lead a victory over Plainview-JFK.

The Lady Bruins only two Conference AA-I losses came to unbeaten Massapequa on Oct. 1 (16-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-17), and a Port Washington team that owns an identical 6-2 mark. They do have rematches against both teams down the stretch and played well in the defeats. Hamilton came away particularly impressed with her team’s performance against Massapequa, a perennial powerhouse in Nassau County. “The scores were not blowouts and we were not playing nervous,” she said. “We lost but feel confident for the next time we see them.”

One of the newcomers to the lineup, sophomore Allie Ahearne has taken the floor wherever the team needs her, playing libero, outside hitter and right hitter. She had 15 digs and seven kills in the win over the Lady Braves. Senior Jessica Markowitz, an athletic defensive specialist, has also contributed on the offensive side with strong passing and her serves. Amber Dunbar, a junior, has been outstanding at the service line and gives Baldwin even more height at the net alongside McKenzie, while senior Zhane Warthen brings a powerful swing at outside hitter. Senior Jessica Pulis brings athleticism and good blocking skills to the floor at middle hitter, while junior Kaleena Vizcarrondois part of the rotation on the back row.

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