The Mira Costa girls volleyball team defeated Peninsula, 3-0, at home on Tuesday in their first Bay League match of the season. Costa’s top performers included junior Memphis Glasgow and sophomore Talia Genova because of their numerous kills that strengthened Costa’s offense.
The Mustangs won their first set of the match 25-18 and kept the intensity high, leading them to win the second set 25-19 as well as the third set 25-19. Sophomore Camryn Jones said, that the team had great energy throughout the entire match.
“We were playing well as a team, but we could have improved by being more aggressive and talking more,” Jones said.
The Mustangs’ current overall record is 2-2 and they will play Palos Verdes high school next Tuesday at 4:30 at Palos Verdes high school. Sophomore Kate Reilly said that in preparation for next week’s game they will take big swings even if the play is out of system.
“We want to work on getting our middles and back row attacks more involved in our offense,” said Reilly.