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Crusaders Win Match With Record-Setting Game

Crusader Volleyball visited Warren Central last night to take on the Class 4A Warriors. The Crusader fans were treated to an exciting night of volleyball that, by the end, had the Scecina faithful smiling from ear to ear.

The evening started out with the Freshmen team winning 2-0 . The JV team played a very intense game too, but fell short 1-2. That set the stage for the Varsity Team, who stepped onto the court with pure intensity to win!

That intensity remained throughout.The varsity girls defeated Warren Central 25-16, 25 -14 and 41-39--which sets a Scecina Volleyball record for highest scoring game.

The girls return to the court Wednesday, September 11 for a home match against Park Tudor. The freshmen will play at 4:30 PM, followed by JV and Varsity.

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1. Lola wrote:
If there were an effect of tinimg / fatigue on performance, I would expect to see it most in the surgeons who were the least trained / least experienced (a la the paper from last year that showed that patients operated on by residents had more morbidity but less mortality ... I don't recall the exact details). I wouldn't expect transplant surgeons (often fellows or attendings) or senior attending cardiothoracic surgeons (6-7 year training + multiple years on staff) to be nearly as susceptible to fatigue and/or error.That data (relative experience of the operating surgeon) seems like it might be difficult to come by. Do you know of a decent proxy for this? For instance, teaching hospital appy's in July (PGY-2's going into the OR ...)? Just thinking of ways to exploit natural experiments to test my hypothesis.If there is a good natural experiment, maybe I'll write it up as a research proposal at University Med School ...-TS

Fri, November 29, 2013 @ 9:51 AM

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