Seawolves hold 2nd place in ACAA after weekend win over Mount Allison

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The Seawolves were looking to hold on to victory in their series against the Hurricanes on Sunday, having beaten them twice prior to the holiday break.

The Hurricanes took to the court ready to fight for victory, and gave the Seawolves a run for their money, putting up 25 points and taking the first set of the match against the Wolves.

The Seawloves returned to the bench to strategize and reenergize before taking to the court for the second set. The set ended in the favour of the Wolves, 25 – 18 to tie things up in the match.

The Hurricanes and the Wolves then battled hard in sets three and four of the match, but ultimately the Hurricanes couldn’t contend with the Seawolves as they fell 25 – 23 and 26 – 24 – allowing the Seawolves to hold on to a perfect record in their series so far against the Hurricanes.

Luke O’Grady had 15 kills for the Seawolves while Jacob McLean added 11 defensive digs and Peter Banks had 4 services aces.

Jeremy McKinnon had 16 kills to pace the Hurricanes. Brett Butler had 11 defensive digs and MacKenzie Archibald added 32 assists.

The Seawolves remain in 2nd place with a 6 and 3 record while the Hurricanes stay in 3rd place with a 4 and 6 record.

The Wolves will visit the Hurricanes one more time this season to round out the 4 game series.

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