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Lady Vikings defeat DSA on senior night

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Caitlin Leggett

Staff Writer, Tyler McLamb with Photos from Holli McLamb

The Lady Vikings came out strong with a blistering lead against the DSA Bulldogs. The lead only continued to get bigger, until the lady Vikings the end of the first set and had to hold their lead as DSA encroached. A timeout was called by head coach Steve DeLuca. Not long after the timeout was called the Vikings brought out the big guns going on a long unanswered run. The end of the first set was won by the Vikings with a final score of 25-19.

The second set didn’t go as planned. The DSA Bulldogs let the dogs out. The Bulldogs went on a tear with an unanswered run by the Vikings. With defeat staring the Vikings in the face they did all but give up. Pounding ball after ball into the Bulldogs faces. Still with defeat staring them down, they continued their comeback. With the score 23-24 the Vikings serving. The Vikings served it over, the Bulldogs dug it up, set it, and spiked and that was the end of the second set. The Bulldogs won the second set with a final score of 23-25.

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Teammates cheers | Stacey Oxendine and Katie McLamb
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Zarria Bratts 

Starting set 3 the lady Vikings were shaking the cobwebs out of their eyes the came out strong. Starting the set with four straight service points. The Bulldogs answered back tying the game up 4-4. The Bulldogs continued to ravage the Vikings. Head coach Steve DeLuca called a timeout. After the timeout, the Vikings came out roaring gaining point after point. It was all tied up at 20-20. Each team matching the other, the Vikings pulled away little by little and pulled out the win, with a final score of 27-25.

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Stacey Oxendine

The lady Vikings were feeling untouchable. Coming out with an unmatchable effort somehow the Bulldogs dug down within, and managed to match the Vikings effort. Trading points back and forth the Vikings pulled away. Ahead by four points the Vikings continued their charge to victory, but the Bulldogs didn’t give up yet. Pushing back, they tied the game up 23-23. The Bulldogs put their best server up to serve. The Vikings dug the serve up and pounded it right back into the Bulldogs faces. With the Vikings back to serve, they pushed back harder than ever before only to have the Bulldogs match their effort. The lady Vikings didn’t give up yet. With Junior setter Kaley Stone back to serve, the Vikings pulled out the win with two straight points. With a final score of 28-26.

 

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Viking Tide Student Council Endorsements

Staff Writer, Delina Berhane

This 2017-2018 school year elections are happening on Monday and The Viking Tide staff voted and have chosen who The Viking Tide believes would be the best candidate for the school.

President: Tie between Anna Teer Barringer and Jaclyn McVey
There is a tie on who we thought best would be the best president, Anna Teer Barringer and Jaclyn McVey, both Seniors.

 

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Anna Teer Barringer (left) promises, “To listen to every student and their opinions of what they think would be better for the school. I want to leave Voyager better than when it started.”

* Jaclyn McVey promises (right) , “ My big campaign goals are to create school events, make the school more involved, and allow people to have a voice–create an environment the students are proud of.”

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Vice President: Mary Bowen Barringer

Mary Bowen Barringer (left) promises, “ My campaign promises are to create more student-involved pep rallies, a more fun spirit week and homecoming, more activities for the students after school hours, and fundraising options (to help raise money for these activities).”

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 Katerina Lamm promises, “ My biggest campaign promise is to have more inclusion of student representatives, and to have more school-wide events and programs. My goal is to make VAHS a school where the students have a variety of events through which they can exhibit school spirit while having fun! Also, I would like to have more student recognition. Essentially, I would like to showcase the talented student at Voyager Academy.”

Parliamentarian: Caitlin Leggett

Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 12.51.10 PMCaitlin promises, “My big campaign promises are to give helpful ideas to my other Student Council members, at the requests of the students and to help keep order among the meetings.”

Secretary: Ugonna Ezuma-Igwe

Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 12.53.47 PMUgonna says, “I promise to make the students look forward to Voyager events and to make sure Voyager Academy is a place where everyone’s voice will be heard.”