New WIC volleyball coach wants aggressiveness

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By Jerry DeRoche IRON RIVER — In competitive volleyball against good players, timidity is a serious shortcoming. Sending lobs and free balls back at organized teams with powerful hitters is a sure way to get beat, usually badly.     At West Iron, first-year varsity coach Kelly Sartorelli, a 1994 graduate and former Wykon setter, wants nothing to do with hesitancy.     “I want them hitting…

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