SANTA ANA – – In what was most likely their final home video game of the period, the Foothill young boys volley ball group gave their followers one last thing to support around.
The Knights beat St. Margaret’s 25-18, 23-25, 25-18, 25-21 Thursday night in the second round of the CIF-SS Department 3 playoffs.
Foothill instructor Chris Lee ensured to reveal his gratitude to his team’s fans by sending them residence happy with a success.
“We intended to say thanks to the fans that came out,” Lee stated. “This is the ideal support we’ve had in regards to followers concerning our video game.”
Foothill breakthroughs to the Division 3 quarterfinals with a 25-18, 23-25, 25-18, 25-21 sway St. Margaret'' s. The Knights will certainly play the champion of Roosevelt vs Peninsula. @ocvarsity @ocboysvolley @SportsFoothill pic.twitter.com/MXdLEvY9G0– David Delgado(@DavidDelgado_OC) May 3, 2019 Foothill(19-9)was led by Andrew Gasser who had a team-high 17 eliminates. Colin
Chillingworth completed with 15 kills while Aidan Meese added 12 eliminates. The Knights will certainly dip into Peninsula on Saturday evening in the quarterfinals.
The Panthers, who ended up 4th in the Bay League behind Department 1 giants Mira Costa as well as Redondo Union, ended the season ranked 3rd in Division 3. After taking the crucial third collection for a 2-1 lead on Thursday, Foothill competed out to
a 22-10 lead in the fourth collection. St. Margaret’s (16-8)responded with an 11-1 run that left the Knights hopeless to close the video game out and also stop the Tartans energy. Lee stated St. Margaret’s resurgence advised him of something that Foothill did versus El Modena this period. “We’ve seen that in the past. We did it, as well as it was practically done to us(tonight ),”he stated of the rally.
“We were a little anxious, so it was excellent to pull that one out.” Foothill wins the 3rd collection 25-21 over St. Margaret ' s and also takes a 2-1 lead. @ocvarsity @ocboysvolley pic.twitter.com/VaTUAtr0I4– David Delgado(@DavidDelgado_OC) May 3, 2019 The teams divided the initial two sets with Foothill taking the opening video game as well as the Tartans seizing the second collection .”Our main man all
year long has actually been Colin(Chillingworth ), but in the playoffs our various other elders have stepped up, “Lee said.
“Andrew(Gasser )was significant, he was awesome today, and Andrew Schmid additionally played well.”Tartans outside player Ethan Hill had six of his 12 kills in the 2nd set that St. Margaret’s won 25-23 after trailing late in the collection. Andrew
Gasser finishes the very first established with Foothill taking it 25-18. @ocvarsity @ocboysvolley pic.twitter.com/7GQiGLkxbr– David Delgado( @DavidDelgado_OC) May 3, 2019