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Wildcats end regular season on 7-game streak, region tourney looming
Richmond Hill Volleyball
Wildcats celebrate during game against Calvary Day - photo by Gerald Thomas III

SAVANNAH, GA -- The Richmond Hill Wildcats (23-13, 4-2 Region 2-6A) traveled to Savannah and ended their regular season on a high note, sweeping in their matchups against Calvary Day and Savannah Arts on Tuesday.

In their first game, they defeated Calvary 2-1.

First Set: Wildcats def. Calvary 25-14

Second Set: Calvary def. Wildcats 25-18

Third Set: Wildcats def. Calvary 15-10

Following the Calvary game, the Wildcats took on Savannah Arts, beating them 2-0 and giving them their third loss of the season.

First Set: 25-19

Second Set: 25-19

"Everybody did what they needed to do," Wildcats Head Coach Tory Wright said after the game. "If we got down for just a second, they picked each other up and somebody else did something great. It was a really great way to end the regular season."

The Wildcats are now on a seven-game winning streak entering the Region 2-6A tournament as No. 2 where they will host Bradwell Institute on Thursday.

"We're really looking forward to watching them continue to grow," Wright said about the upcoming region tourney. "They're learning a lot in these matches like how to change what they're doing if it's not working, how to tell each other different places to put the ball. I'm really excited to watch them keep doing it. We'll play Bradwell on Thursday and then hopefully after we win that match, we've got tough games on Saturday to win. We really want to be first in the region."

The game will be at Richmond Hill at 5.

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