Team U.S.A. beats Two Bump Chumps to win 10 a.m. round

(Top L-R, Marc Zuckerman, Scott Eberle, Devin Bratton, and Zach Shrift; Bottom L-R, Natalie Sicker and Ali Cronin) Team U.S.A. poses after win against Two Bump Chumps in 6th Annual Holiday Volleyball Tournament. The final score of the game was 17-15. They will be moving on to the Final Four. (The Broadcaster, Kate Sinz)

(Top L-R, Marc Zuckerman, Scott Eberle, Devin Bratton, and Zach Shrift; Bottom L-R, Natalie Sicker and Ali Cronin) Team U.S.A. poses after win against Two Bump Chumps in 6th Annual Holiday Volleyball Tournament. The final score of the game was 17-15. They will be moving on to the Final Four. (The Broadcaster, Kate Sinz)

Elizabeth Newman and Kate Sinz

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U.S.A. defeated Two Bump Chumps during the 10 a.m. bracket of Hershey High School’s 6th Annual Holiday Volleyball Tournament.

The game went to a tie breaker ending with a final score of 17-15. The final point was awarded to U.S.A. after Two Bump Chumps hit the ball out of bounds.

According to Team U.S.A. captain Devin Bratton, their game strategy was simple: score more points than the other team. That strategy was carried out by the group’s teamwork.

Bratton gave credit to “the man upstairs, his dog, and his team” for their win.  Bratton went on to thank Ali Gemerk “for giving her best out there.”  Team member Scotty Eberle thanked the officials for their great officiating.

Two Bump Chumps were unhappy with the end result, but shook hands with their opponents after a well fought game. We will see U.S.A. in the final four competing for the championship.