Duo gives Indians stability in the middle
MINOOKA — The Minooka girls volleyball program lost three players to graduation — Hayley Bowden, Bri Marquez and Stacey Perinar — who are now playing college volleyball.
Those losses will be felt across the floor, as the three played three different positions for the Indians. Perinar, the 2011 Morris Daily Herald All-Area MVP, was an outside hitter. Marquez also made the All-Area team as a setter. An honorable mention All-Area pick, Bowden recorded 201 digs as the Indians' libero.
One position at which the Indians will have no turnover is middle hitter, which will be occupied by senior Tessa Griparis and sophomore Jessica Karalow. The Griparis-Karalow combination also filled the spot for the 2011 Indians, when the pair had much less experience.
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