SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Comets varsity volleyball team traveled to South Burlington to take on the Seawolves on Wednesday afternoon, falling 3-0 (25-20, 25-14, 25-19).

While the veteran Seawolf team won the match, the Comets, new to the varsity scene this fall, didn’t go down without a fight.

“This was a similar finish to our two prior contests. We had a very competitive first set (25-20), and struggled in the second set(25-14), and a competitive third set(25-19),” said Comet coach Bert Berthiaume.

“In the first set we trailed early by a score of 12-2, but we showed our resiliency and fought back to take the lead, only to see South Burlington come out on top at the end of the set.”

LIndsey LaBelle led the Comets with 10 points off her serve.

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