Demons take aim with all weapons

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Demons take aim with all weapons

‘Equally-balanced’ all-around effort lands DHS an SWL-opening victory
Durango High School head coach Robin Oliger got an all-around effort Friday night from her volleyball team. With Fruita Monument focusing its block on all-star hitter McKenna Franzen, the rest of the team stepped up to lead the Demons to a straight-sets victory in their Southwestern League opener.
Demons’ senior setter Natalie Bulen dished out 66 assists in a straight-sets victory over Fruita Monument on Friday night at Durango High School. Hannah Quick, particularly in the first two games, finished several of them with kills.
McKenna Franzen had a big Game 3 offensively, but with the Wildcats’ rolled over to block the Demons’ outside hitter the first two games, it was her defense that kept Durango in the game. “If she isn’t having her best offensive game, she has her best defensive game,” DHS assistant coach Colleen Keresey said.
Kennedy Clark goes low to set up the Durango Demons’ offense during Friday night’s Southwestern League opener at Durango High School. The offense, defense, and everything else worked just fine in a straight-sets victory over Fruita Monument.
Bella Bernazzani and the Durango Demons won their Southwestern League opener in straight sets Friday night at Durango High School They beat Fruita Monument 25-17, 25-23, 25-18.

Demons take aim with all weapons

Durango High School head coach Robin Oliger got an all-around effort Friday night from her volleyball team. With Fruita Monument focusing its block on all-star hitter McKenna Franzen, the rest of the team stepped up to lead the Demons to a straight-sets victory in their Southwestern League opener.
Demons’ senior setter Natalie Bulen dished out 66 assists in a straight-sets victory over Fruita Monument on Friday night at Durango High School. Hannah Quick, particularly in the first two games, finished several of them with kills.
McKenna Franzen had a big Game 3 offensively, but with the Wildcats’ rolled over to block the Demons’ outside hitter the first two games, it was her defense that kept Durango in the game. “If she isn’t having her best offensive game, she has her best defensive game,” DHS assistant coach Colleen Keresey said.
Kennedy Clark goes low to set up the Durango Demons’ offense during Friday night’s Southwestern League opener at Durango High School. The offense, defense, and everything else worked just fine in a straight-sets victory over Fruita Monument.
Bella Bernazzani and the Durango Demons won their Southwestern League opener in straight sets Friday night at Durango High School They beat Fruita Monument 25-17, 25-23, 25-18.
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