Volleyball Sangiorgio dreams of “stumbling” at Volley Reggiano

Between postponements and recovery, the B2 Series National Championship, Group G1, has reached the ninth day, the fourth comeback. Volleyball Sangiorgio, after the first success of the season in the derby against Volley Academy Piacenza, is preparing for the CVR Challenge, the first in the class.

The protagonist in the 3–0 win over Volley Academy Piacenza, was with absolute certainty spike Erica Vava, a scorer of 20 points. A valuable performance for the athlete, born in 2002, who returned to Sangiorgio Volleyball, following the experience he gained last season at Mavericks of Mayes High School in Wichita, USA.

“We found continuity in the game. We remained attentive to the service and the reception. We did not take them lightly because some of our mistakes might put them back into the game.” Erica this season, or rather in the four races she has played so far, has alternated between the fourth place role in the opposite position. “I prefer to play as a racket – as you admit – because it is my natural role, but in case of need I follow the coach’s directions.”

The next step is the challenge to Centro Volley Reggiano. “The success has given us morale and we are very excited about this challenge. Despite absences and role changes, the work we do in the gym is paying off.”

Erica and Volleyball Sangiorgio are so excited given a very important match that could mean a lot in the specified weight, and above all, you can also find the victory within the friendly walls of the Sangiorgio Sports Hall that have been missing since December 6, 2019 (3-0 in Volley Gussago).

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