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Varsity volleyball out of playoffs

BLOCKED — Trojans Jon Tuttle, left, and Tim Spykerman block the ball sent over the net during Oak Ridge’s game against Jesuit. They lost the match in four games. Courtesy photo

BLOCKED — Trojans Jon Tuttle, left, and Tim Spykerman block the ball sent over the net during Oak Ridge's game against Jesuit. They lost the match in four games. Courtesy photo

Oak Ridge’s varsity boys volleyball squad fell to Jesuit in the Sac-Joaquin Division 1 semifinal match on May 17.

The Trojans challenged the Marauders in four games, winning the first, 25-22, but falling in close match-ups there after — 23-25, 22-25, 21-25.

This was coach Tom Van Der Wende’s final year leading the team. The varsity squad ends the season with a 26-9 record.

Players Jack Hoisington, Nate Lambert, Connor Dunham and Jonathan Tuttle will have another chance at the net during the Optimist game May 20 at Capital Christian.

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