Girls Volleyball: Larry was consistent leader until it came time to change
CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – Kubasaki was in trouble in the Far East Division I Tournament finals against defending champion Seisen.
Mimi Larry, normally a soft-spoken, calm and cool one, was angry. She had been whistled for carrying or lifting violations throughout the first set.
And it threw her off her game as well as her teammates.
“I was really frustrated; I didn’t know what to do,” Larry said. “I didn’t want to let them (teammates) down. I felt like it was my fault.”
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