DHS calls a block party on Court 4

DHS calls a block party on Court 4

‘I think (Friday’s) the best blocking that we’ve had,’ Robin Oliger says
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Durango High School felt like it had a pool-play monkey on its back at the state tournament, so McKenna Franzen and the Durango Demons celebrated every point like it was mining gold from Silver Creek in a straight-sets victory Friday at the Denver Coliseum, Day 1 of the CHSAA Class 4A Girls Volleyball State Championships.
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Durango High School senior setter Natalie Bulen worked the court for 31 assists in three games Friday at the Denver Coliseum. Jessie Brammer was Bulen’s main beneficiary with a team-high 13 kills.
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McKenna Franzen loads up for one of her 11 kills in a straight-sets sweep over Silver Creek on Friday at the Denver Coliseum. Durango opened the state tournament with a 25-17, 26-24, 25-22 victory behind a solid block and timely runs.
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Durango High School head coach Robin Oliger liked what she saw out of her Demons’ volleyball team Day 1 at the state tournament in Denver. “I think (Friday’s) the best blocking that we’ve had,” Oliger said after their straight-sets sweep over Silver Creek. “It’s funny because you work on something all season, and you say the same things over and over again, and all of a sudden, it just happens.”
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Durango’s Bella Bernazzani denies Silver Creek’s Kyra Czerwinski a kill during their 8 a.m. match Friday at the Denver Coliseum, the first match at the two-day CHSAA Class 4A Girls Volleyball State Championships. “I felt a lot of excitement. I just focused on jumping as high as I could and pressing over,” Bernazzani said.
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