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Wantagh vs. South Side

Wantagh's Christina Ellul, left, celebrates winning a hard-fought

Wantagh's Christina Ellul, left, celebrates winning a hard-fought point along with teammates Anna Paulik, right, and Jaclyn Onufrey in the fourth set of a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012) Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh defeated South Side in four games, 23-25, 25-11, 25-17, 25-18, in a Nassau I girls volleyball match Thursday.

Wantagh's Jennifer Lipski, right, attempts to spike the
Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh's Jennifer Lipski, right, attempts to spike the ball past South Side's Bridget Kiernan in the third set of a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012)

Wantagh's Christina Ellul, left, celebrates winning a hard-fought
Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh's Christina Ellul, left, celebrates winning a hard-fought point along with teammates Anna Paulik, right, and Jaclyn Onufrey in the fourth set of a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012)

Wantagh's Anna Paulik reacts after winning a point
Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh's Anna Paulik reacts after winning a point during a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012)

South Side's Sydney Gabriel serves a ball into
Photo Credit: James Escher

South Side's Sydney Gabriel serves a ball into play during a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against Wantagh. (Oct. 4, 2012)

Wantagh's Carly Simeone serves a ball into play
Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh's Carly Simeone serves a ball into play during a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012)

Wantagh's Haley Joyce serves a ball into play
Photo Credit: James Escher

Wantagh's Haley Joyce serves a ball into play during a Nassau I varsity girls volleyball match against host South Side. (Oct. 4, 2012)

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