Published in The News-Herald
October 3, 2018
Michael P. Payne
Riverside’s volleyball program looks markedly different than the group that won the Division I Euclid District last year. Yet, at the end of the regular season, the Beavers find themselves in a familiar position.
Riverside overcame a deficit late in the fifth set at Kenston to defeat the Bombers, 3-2. Behind a new core filled with youth and inexperience, the Beavers still went undefeated in their league and finished as the Western Reserve Conference’s regular-season champions.
Coach Ali Schultz said her team has come full circle.
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