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Hanover Central: Wildcats graduated five seniors, including setter Sam Guglielmo and two other starters.
Senior setter Bailey Tanner returns as a second-team All-American.
Meanwhile, Loyola is led by a pair of Division I commits: Right-side hitter and setter Mary Kate Lopez (Oregon State) and libero Angela Pieroni (Bucknell).
Returning most of their hitters and their setter bodes will for the Lions’ offense, while junior libero Maggie Huber will hold things down in the back row.
Some worker advocacy organizations also fear that the federal government will abandon the role of threshold-setter, leaving overtime pay boundaries to the private sector based more on job definitions than pay level.
All-Stars were coached by San Diego State’s Deitre Collins and included Aztecs setter Indigo Thompson and opposite Baylee Little.
The spike in inflation over the past year has caused concern among some rate-setters at the Bank of England.
Seniors are the likely pace setters here, though one or both will probably be asked to up his production through the air.
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: a person or thing that determines or establishes something
: a large dog that has long ears and long, smooth hair
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