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Northampton, Whitehall boys volleyball move to 2-0 on the season – 69News WFMZ-TV

A good day for indoor sports on Monday with the frigid temperatures and a few Lehigh Valley teams were matching up in EPC boys volleyball action.

Northampton traveled to Liberty and put the hosts in a 0-2 hole at Memorial Gymnasium. The Hurricanes, playing their first match of the year battled back to win the third set and took a four-point lead in the fourth set. The K-Kids fought back and fended off a set point en route to a 28-26 win to close out the match and improve to 2-0.

Over at Whitehall, the Zephyrs were coming off of a victory against rival Parkland, squared off against Easton in their home opener. The hosts were too much for the Red Rovers, winning in straight sets by a score of 25-19, 25-19, 25-23.

Source: https://www.wfmz.com/sports/northampton-whitehall-boys-volleyball-move-to-2-0-on-the-season/article_3327b556-af01-11ec-9bce-13c86d7cd18a.html

A good day for indoor sports on Monday with the frigid temperatures and a few Lehigh Valley teams were matching up in EPC boys volleyball action.

Northampton traveled to Liberty and put the hosts in a 0-2 hole at Memorial Gymnasium. The Hurricanes, playing their first match of the year battled back to win the third set and took a four-point lead in the fourth set. The K-Kids fought back and fended off a set point en route to a 28-26 win to close out the match and improve to 2-0.

Over at Whitehall, the Zephyrs were coming off of a victory against rival Parkland, squared off against Easton in their home opener. The hosts were too much for the Red…….

A good day for indoor sports on Monday with the frigid temperatures and a few Lehigh Valley teams were matching up in EPC boys volleyball action.

Northampton traveled to Liberty and put the hosts in a 0-2 hole at Memorial Gymnasium. The Hurricanes, playing their first match of the year battled back to win the third set and took a four-point lead in the fourth set. The K-Kids fought back and fended off a set point en route to a 28-26 win to close out the match and improve to 2-0.

Over at Whitehall, the Zephyrs were coming off of a victory against rival Parkland, squared off against Easton in their home opener. The hosts were too much for the Red…….

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