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WCMS volleyball hits the road
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The WCMS volleyball team was back on the road Tuesday night, a night after cruising to a victory over Franklin North at home in straight sets, 25-1 and 25-3.
The Lady Pioneers traveled to Algood on Tuesday night to take on a strong Lady Redskin team.
The Lady Pioneers lost in straight sets, 25-11 and 27-25.
Lady Pioneers coach Kelly Clayborne had this to say about the first set against the Lady Redskins, “We didn’t walk in the gym ready to play. The Lady Redskins jumped on us at the start and we were never able to recover. The girls were not communicating with each other, nor were they playing aggressive. I also saw more missed serves out of our key players than I have all season.”
Talking about the second set, Clayborne said, “We played much better but still didn’t play up to our potential. Our serving improved during game two and we were able to adjust in game two to cover the court much better.”
Samantha Jennings led the Lady Pioneers with four kills and three blocks.
Madison Hollis added two kills and two blocks, while Sadie Simmons and Kailee Whitlock contributed three and four assists, respectively.
Elia Atterson rounded out the stat sheet for the Lady Pioneers with a kill.
Clayborne concluded, “I saw two different teams Tuesday night. Game one was a team that got down and was never able to recover. In the second game, I saw more communicating and more hustle. They played point for point against a very good AMS team the second game.”
The Lady Pioneers were back in action Thursday when they hosted Avery Trace at WCMS. Results weren’t available at press time.