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Volleyball faces White County
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The WCHS volleyball team was back in action Tuesday night as it faced off against the White County Warriorettes.
Warren County’s JV team defeated the Warriorettes in straight sets to begin the evening, 23-25, 25-18 and 19-17, but varsity team for the Lady Pioneers struggled against the Warriorettes, as they lost in four sets, 25-11, 17-25, 25-27 and 23-25.
In match one, the Lady Pioneers were led to victory by several team members.
Abigail McKinley and Reagan Whitlock each had four aces from the serving line for the Lady Pioneers. Whitlock also led the team in assists from the setter’s position with seven.
Ashton Whiles added five assists and had six digs, while Beth Vaughn got it done at the net with seven kills.
Tyra Wright contributed six kills and had the team’s lone block. Marah Wanamaker added seven digs to round out the Lady Pioneer stat sheet in the first match.
The second match of the night saw the Lady Pioneer varsity team get ahead of the Warriorettes early, but White County would prevail.
Bethany Fye led Warren County in three separate categories, including three aces, 21 kills and two blocks. Fye also contributed 16 digs.
Emily Mikkola had two aces, while adding six kills and 19 digs to help all-around for the Lady Pioneers, while Lauren Hennessee and Hailey Wood got it done from the setter’s position with 17 and 14 assists, respectively.
Hope Mullican had eight kills, a block and 16 digs, while Kaylee Chisam added a block for the Lady Pioneers.
Brooke Murphy rounded out the stat sheet for the Lady Pioneers with 14 digs.
The Lady Pioneers were back in action yesterday as they took on Rhea County and were looking to start a new winning streak. Results weren’t available at press time.