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Madison Navarrete kept feeding and feeding and Alina Nuñez kept hitting and hitting. The Canyon del Oro senior outside finished with 32 kills in a 3-1 victory over Catalina Foothills Wednesday night at home but her final six kills were possibly the most impressive.
The Falcons needed the fourth set to push the contest to a fifth and the Andrea Soroa to Molly Brunell scoring machine was also in high gear. Soroa hit Brunell three times and Tori Staples came up with two huge blocks and the Falcons had a 21-19 lead. Navarrete responded with a cross court offering to Nuñez and the lead was cut down to 21-20. A service error by the Dorados was followed by a kill by Ana Haubner and the Falcons took what looked like an impossible-to-overcome 23-20 lead on the Dorados…
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CDO takes it 25-23 down 23-20 https://t.co/LhK3KgyO0H pic.twitter.com/NbdGbemiJD
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