Volleyball team misses playoffs


Alisia Sanchez

Stephanie Lugo (16) leaps high to make a return during BC's match against L.A. College.

Daniel Ojeda, Sports Editor

With the volleyball season nearing an end, the Renegades split their last four games by winning two at home and dropping two on the road. That leaves the Renegades sitting in fourth place in the division with a 5-6 record in division play and with an overall record of 9-14.

Despite the record, the volleyball team has managed to improve play down the stretch.

BC scored wins against Antelope Valley on Nov. 5 and against West LA on Nov. 7.

Kourtney Grantz led the way for the Renegades in both wins leading the team in both points scored and kills.

Tyler Herring finished second to Grantz in both categories.

Those consecutive victories were only the second time all season that the volleyball team has had a winning streak.

But that winning streak wouldn’t last as BC dropped the next two, the first to Citrus College on Nov. 12 and the second to College of the Canyons on Nov. 14.

Grantz, once again, led the team in points scored and kills during both loses while Stephanie Lugo finished second in both categories.

The matchup against Canyons gave the Renegades a chance to see what they could do against a first place team.

BC was able keep up with the first place team but ended up dropping all three sets to Canyons.

Next up for the Renegades is the last game of the season against Glendale on Nov. 19.