By Cindy Luis
As I mentioned on a previous post, had been wondering when Grgas might go to opposite. It’s the position he wants to play but he’s been in the middle for what was considered the good of the teamLofy is the No. 1 middle, according to Wilton so the battle for No. 2 has been between Grgas and Rawson. This move for Grgas gives Hawaii a much bigger block in certain rotations when Lofy (6-9) and Grgas (6-7) are next to each other.Hunt’s “stupid” injury … and those are his words … has created some problems. He may not be back until mid-March, maybe in time for New Jersey Tech (March 20-21). Hunt broke his hand hitting an immovable object during the second match at Long Beach State. Feel sorry for Cervantes. He’s playing his heart out. Defense tonight on both sides was impressive.And do think that if Grgas stays at opposite the Carney would be better served at setter. IMHO.