Despite the win, Bulldogs head coach Trent Schake was not happy with how his team performed.
Flagler Palm Coast's volleyball team defeated Deltona in four sets the night of Friday, Sept. 17, at FPC High School. It was the Bulldogs' third win in a row and their seventh victory of the season. However, Bulldogs head coach Trent Schake was not happy with his team after the match.
"It's a disappointing win," Schake said. "There are moments where I'd rather lose a hard-fought game than win won like that."
The Bulldogs captured the first two sets with relative easy, defeating the Timberwolves 25-17 and 25-16, respectively. Then Deltona battled back, dominating the third set 25-11. Deltona had a large lead in the fourth set, as well, but FPC responded, winning 25-23 to close out the match.
FPC senior Tori Chiang led the Bulldogs with nine kills, and junior Valerie Chum had a game-high 27 assists.
"I'm glad we won, but we did not play well tonight," Schake said. "We've got to fix it."