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Lincoln-Way East’s Jason Szara (left) spikes the ball over Providence Catholic High School players (left to right) Jack Patterson and Domenic Kimak as East's Mike Herlihy (right) looks on Thursday, April 13. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Providence Catholic High School volleyball player Domenic Kimak goes up to block a hit by Lincoln-Way East’s Mike Herlihy April 13 during the Griffins’ win over the Celtics.
Lincoln-Way East’s Jake Snyder saves the ball.
Randy Whalen, Freelance Reporter
10:36 am CDT April 18, 2017

After not winning a match in nearly two weeks, both the Lincoln-Way East and Providence boys volleyball teams were looking to get the winning feeling back.

Plus, Providence coach Kyle Klaver was making his first head coaching appearance in the gym he used to play in.

But in the end, it was East that broke a two-match losing streak and extended the Celtics’ setback streak to four with a 25-19, 25-20 victory in a local team tussle on Thursday, April 13, in Frankfort.