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Second Ranked Hudson advances at the State Volleyball Tournament

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Second ranked Hudson got a match high 31 kills from senior Kiley DeBerg and the Pirates rally for a four set win over Lawton-Bronson in the first round of the 1A State Volleyball Tournament. Hudson lost the first set 25-18 before rallying to win the next three and advance to the semifinal round.

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