Women’s varsity volleyball team beats South Plantation

Julianne LoFurno

On Wednesday, August 21 the Marjory Stoneman Douglas womens varsity volleyball team played against South Plantation. The game started at 4:30 p.m.

The Eagles struggled with offensive and defensive plays during the first two sets, but overall ended up beating South Plantation with a score of 25-15 on their last set. 

“New freshman Jordyn Robertson made a huge impact on the team as a freshman, 5-6 kills a game,” junior Sophia Laggan said. 

The next game is on August 26 against Cypress Bay.