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Scoring victories
Here comes the boom and Bethany Fye is bringing it. Fye accumulated a total of 17 kills in the first home matches against Cannon and Franklin Counties.
The Warren County High School volleyball team piled up two more wins playing at home Monday against Franklin County and Cannon County.Warren County improved its record to 4-0 on the season after Monday’s matches. The Lady Pioneers defeated Cannon County in their first match by a final score of 25-17 in the first game and 25-9 in the second.Head coach Katie Rogers said, “Things went really well and we are beginning to have good chemistry on the court, the team is smiling and having fun playing together and that is what I like to see. That factor alone can help us win games this year.”Hope Mullican had a strong service game, leading Warren County with nine aces.