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HB and Mascenic show sportsmanship before the match by exchanging high fives. Unlike other sports, where the teams only shake hands after the game, volleyball players do so to start the game as well. “High fives before the game demonstrate mutual respect for your opponent, and is an acknowledgment that both teams are here to simply play,” said Josh Ide ‘20. Ide noted how it keeps a fun atmosphere and makes the game more enjoyable for everyone. After the introductions, the team huddles up and the game is soon underway.

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