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Lady Pioneers stymie Stone
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In pursuit of a first place District 6-AAA season finish, the Warren County Lady Pioneer varsity volleyball team (5-1,13-3) came up with another victory with a 25-16, 25-23 and 25-8 straight set win over Stone Memorial
“Stone Memorial is a very unconventional and scrappy team. They would pass up hard hit balls and send them back over before we even knew what happened,” said Warren County volleyball head coach Katie Rogers. “We were able to adjust and move our feet to better get to those scrappy-played balls. Our hitters also did a very good job of hitting around the blockers. We were able to see where the blockers were and adjust to avoid the block. I am still so very proud of this team. We are definitely making our statement in district 6-AAA this season.”
Serving aces for Warren County were Hailey Wood with five, plus 11 assists, and 12 digs, and Hope Mullican, with three plus five kills, 12 digs, and one block.
Lauren Hennessee had 11 assists, Bethany Fye had 19 kills and 10 digs, and Brooke Murphy had eight digs.
The Lady Pioneers played district rival Cookeville in Rhea County. Results were not available at press time. Subscribe to our text club by texting sports to 77000 to get the latest breaking sports news.
In JV volleyball action, the Lady Pioneers remain undefeated with an 11-0 record.