HS Volleyball – Parkway South 2 @ Fox 0

HS Volleyball – Parkway South @ Fox – Click here for the match

HS Volleyball – Northwest 2 @ Fox 0

HS Volleyball – Northwest @ Fox – Click here for the match

HS Volleyball – Lindbergh 1 @ Oakville 2

HS Volleyball – Lindbergh @ Oakville – Click here for the match

HS Volleyball – Rockwood Summit 2 @ Fox 1

HS Volleyball – Rockwood Summit @ Fox – Click here for the game

Ferrel Pounds Blog – Fox / Affton

Both Fox and Affton got back to match play after they both played in tournaments
over the weekend.  Affton entered the match with a stellar 8-2 record, while Fox
was just below .500 at 5-6.  The match was close with the Warriors of Fox
winning in two sets by the scores of 26-24, and 25-23.  Each of the teams traded
multiple defensive plays to keep the rally’s long and exciting.  It was a battle
of service receive success and the Warriors seemed stronger by the end of the
match with some aces by Fox hurting the offensive capabilities of

Ali Harmon from Affton won the 212 Lion’s choice award athlete of the game, Brianna
Cooper from Fox won the Custom Shirt Graphics Standout Player of the Game.

HS Volleyball – Affton 0 @ Fox 2

HS Volleyball – Affton @ Fox – Click here for the game

HS Volleyball – Marquette @ Fox – 9/9

HS Volleyball – Marquette @ Fox – Click here for the game

Ferrel Pounds Blog on Seckman @ Fox Volleyball Rivalry

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The first match of the season for Fox and Seckman results in a 1st match win for the Warriors. Scores for the match were 25-20 going to Seckman, and followed by two victories for Fox, 25-15, 25-18. Taylor Curran was named “LION’S CHOICE ATHLETE OF THE GAME “ for the Warriors, and her teammate Emma Neibert was named as the “ CUSTOM SHIRT GRAPHICS STANDOUT PLAYER OF THE GAME“.  The LION’S CHOICE ATHLETE OF THE GAME for Seckman was Leah Blocker.

It was a first match of the year for both teams, and it was first varsity match for many of the players for both teams. The infusion of youth may bring some bumps on the road but bodes well for the future of each program.

Seckman stormed out to a lead that they held throughout the first set, relying on steady play on their part through serving that forced poor passing for Fox. Fox also had many unforced hitting errors in the first set, but were able to overcome the first game deficit in the next two sets.

Fox stuck to a game plan of shorts serves to forced attackers to sometimes pass and backrow passers to have to move in order to get to the ball. Fox also ran a quick attack with their middles and ran plays that also put their outsides in a position to run a quick attack out of the middle.

A first match for each team, and fans should look forward to improvement with the youth movement that the programs are embracing.


Written by Ferrel Pounds