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WCHS volleyball spikes Cannon
Warren County senior Bethany Fye is all business during the Lady Pioneers opening game of the season Thursday in Woodbury. Fye had 11 kills and WCHS won easily.

It was a dominating opening-day performance by the Warren County High School volleyball team as the Lady Pioneers smashed Cannon County on Thursday in Woodbury.
Lady Pioneer power hitter Bethany Fye had 11 kills to pace Warren County in its three-game sweep. The Lady Pioneers won by decisive margins of 25-2, 25-10, and 25-9.
“The girls are doing a great job of talking to each other on the court, whether it be calling for the ball to be passed, or calling sets to be hit,” said WCHS coach Katie Rogers.
With solid communication, Hailey Wood added 6 service aces, as well as 17 set assists. Emily Mikkola led the team with 7 service aces, placing the ball where the Lady Lions couldn’t reach it.
With strong play all over the floor, the Lady Pioneers showed their potential during their first match in overwhelming Cannon County.
The JV team was also able to earn a win with Reagan Whitlock’s 8 service aces and 2 kills that helped put the Lady Pioneers on top with the scores of 25-9 and 25-17.
“This is a great team and I can’t wait to see what this season holds for us,” said coach Rogers. 
Warren County will play its first home game against Coffee County this Thursday beginning with JV at 5 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m. All home games are played in Charlie Dalton Gym at WCHS.