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Nestucca prevails in four sets over Taft volleyballers

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Taft freshman Lily Hatton sets the ball for her teammates during a recent match (File photo by Heather Hatton)

The Taft High girls volleyball team is still searching for its first win following a four-set home defeat to Nestucca on Thursday.

The Tigers fell 25-12, 24-26, 25-21, 25-11 to drop to 0-8 this season.

Taft returns to action Saturday at a tournament at Salem Academy.

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