There could have been a little overconfidence going into the final road match of the season for the DeSoto County JV volleyball team. They were in North Port to face a team that they had beaten in the first match of the season way back on August 27.
In that first match the Bulldogs never trailed in either set and rolled to a pair of easy wins. Fast forward to Oct. 15 in the “Bobcats Cage” in North Port. The much improved Bobcats got off to an early lead as Cassidy Furr’s first serve went long. That started a series of long serves and attacks that went past the end line. Before the Bulldogs could get their aim down, they were looking at the short end of a 10-6 score.
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