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This weekend the girl’s volleyball team faced off in a tri-match.

The Lady Royals played Kentucky Christian University on Friday night and beat them 3-1. On Saturday afternoon they played Appalachian Bible College and won 3-0. They fell to Toccoa Falls College later that night 2-3.

On Friday night, Johnson played KCU. They lost the first set and it wasn’t looking good during the second, but JU rallied back from an 18-24 point deficit to win the second set 30-28. This victory gave them the momentum they needed to win the third and fourth sets 25-20 and 25-13 respectively.

The first match on Saturday was against ABC. JU beat ABC 3-0 in hard-fought sets that ended up being 25-17, 25-19 and 25-12 in the end. However, later that night, JU played TFC and fell to them 2-3.

“They played very hard this weekend,” said freshman Niklaus Naekel. “They were very aggressive against Appalachian Bible College. Really showed Johnson spirit.”

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Drew Tapp is Royal Scribe’s Assistant Editor. He graduated from Southport High School in Indianapolis, IN. He is a freshman studying Preaching and Youth Ministry. In addition to working in youth ministry, Drew hopes to obtain his master’s and doctorate in the New Testament. One thing he would enjoy in the future is watching a kid bring their friend to Christ and then baptizing them, as he has a heart for middle and high school students and believes that they will radically change the world. Some of his hobbies include crosswords, watching Netflix, and spending time with friends. His passions include working with refugees and supporting his friends. He wanted to attend Johnson because of the belonging he felt when visiting, and the great ministry program. He appreciates the uncommon community and the support and love people give each other at Johnson. His favorite thing about the local area is getting to the top of a hike and looking out at the view. It reminds him that things in life may seem big and impossible to deal with, but in reality are quite small, and he serves a great God who will help him through them.

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