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DAMIAN MULINIX/For the ObserverNaselle's Kylee Tarabochia sets the ball for teammate Kenzie Glenn during their win Thursday versus the Washington School for the Deaf.

Taylor Gudmundsen served 11 aces in Naselle’s 25-14, 25-8, 25-8 home blowout of the Washington School for the Deaf Thursday, Oct. 11. Kenzie Glenn had a near-perfect stat line, nailing six kills in ten attempts without an error and adding five aces on ten serves with only one error. Holly Disch served another seven aces on 14 tries. Sophie Scrabeck had four aces without a single error for Naselle, which scored 33 of its 75 points on ace serves.

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