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Volleyball: The end of the season

One of the local powerhouse volleyball teams is Shenandoah High School. They have been destroying many teams all season long.

Last night, they were in the regional tournament against Muncie Burris who has had 92 consecutive tournament wins and 13 consecutive state championship victories. One tough opponent.

Shenandoah fought hard but ultimately lost to Muncie Burris in three straight sets. Here are a few shots from the night.

From left, Shenandoah's Kirstyn Pierce, Kenzie Cox and Adrianne Trennephol celebrate after a point Tuesday night in a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

From left, Shenandoah's Kirstyn Pierce, Kenzie Cox and Adrianne Trennephol celebrate after a point Tuesday night in a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Shenandoah's Kirstyn Pierce bumps the ball Tuesday night in a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Shenandoah's Kirstyn Pierce bumps the ball Tuesday night in a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Makayla Roseberry of Shenandoah dives for the ball Tuesday night during the regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Makayla Roseberry of Shenandoah dives for the ball Tuesday night during the regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

The girls from Muncie Burris were absolutely crushing their spikes. This one bounced off of the arm of Andi Hise, leaving an impression long enough for my camera to capture it.

Shenandoah's Andi Hise reacts after a spike hit her in the arm during a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

Shenandoah's Andi Hise reacts after a spike hit her in the arm during a regional match against Muncie Burris. (C-T photo Max Gersh) ©2010

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