Carpinteria girls volleyball coach Greg Novak liked what he saw from his team Thursday night in the Warriors’ 25-14 25-16, 25-13 sweep of Fillmore in a Citus Coast League match.
“The team made some major strides in their play tonight,” he said. “We made calculated moves and made plays look easy, which is what we have been working on. In our last match, our in-system play looked like we were in a mosh pit. Tonight, it was like a synchronized ballet and it was a beautiful sight to see.”
Amariesse Carmargo and Madison Priess both had six kills to lead the Carpinteria attack. Sofia Olvera gave Fillmore fits with her short serves for points. Maya Shelly played well defensively and provided tough serving, said Novak.
The Warriors are 2-2 in league and 2-3 overall. They host Santa Clara on Monday.