Bianca Giglio

Posted On: 09/10/20 9:57 AM

It wasn’t “normal”, but it was a happy day on the volleyball court.

On Wednesday, the 2020 MHSAA volleyball season was given the go-ahead to begin competition in the remaining six regions that didn’t have indoor training previously allowed.

At Notre Dame Prep, the third-ranked team in D2 played host to Marian (No. 3 in D1), Marysville and Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes.

Masks were on. Cleaning stations were scattered about.

Teams stayed on one side of the court and didn’t shake hands.

But, competitive indoor volleyball was held in the lower portion of Michigan for the first time since March.

The Marian Mustangs came away with the best night, going 3-0. That included a hard-fought 26-24, 28-26 win over the Irish in the final match of the night.

Notre Dame Prep was 2-1, while Marysville grabbed a 25-21, 25-20 victory over Waterford Our Lady.

It was the just the first competition, but there were some notable standouts and takeaways from the quad.


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The Mustangs come into 2020 as a top contender in D1 alongside fellow Catholic League rival Mercy. Despite

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