Women’s volleyball trumps Citrus College

Haley Duval, Reporter

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Penelope Zepeda (left) and Lanie Camarillo (right) playing outside hitter.

The Bakersfield College women’s volleyball team looked to improve on their impressive 10-1 start to the season when they faced Citrus College at home on Sept. 26.

Haley Duval
Sarah Armendariz (9), Lanie Camarillo (middle), and Penelope Zepeda (far right) after one of their wins.

The ‘Gades came out of the gate hot, and won the first game by a score of 25-15. Sophomore setter Sarah Armendariz helped keep momentum on the side of the Renegades by being active at the net, both offensively and defensively. She finished the match with 9 kills and 4 blocks.

The second game ended in similar fashion, being won by the home team. Freshman Lanie Camarillo showed off her athleticism and skill by racking up 9 kills in the match. The game was won 25-13.

The third game was once again was dominated by the Renegades, and freshman Penelope Zepeda shined as the game was won 25-13 and the sweep was secured. Zepeda ended the match with 9 kills as well.

The Renegade’s ninth sweep of the season comes at a good time, as they have one last game against Moorpark before they begin conference play against LA Mission on Oct. 3.

Haley Duval
BC women’s volleyball home game.

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