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BPC Volleyball Season Ends

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Brewton-Parker College volleyball got a win over Stillman and then fell to Middle Georgia in the season finale.

vs. Stillman

Brewton-Parker volleyball hosted Stillman (Ala.) for an SSAC contest on Tuesday night in Gillis Gymnasium. The Lady Barons (2-22, 2-14 SSAC) secured a sweep over the Tigers (1-16, 1-14 SSAC) for the second win of the season.

The Lady Barons opened the match with a 25-15 win, starting the set with a swift 8-1 lead. Stillman jumped out to a 7-1 lead early in set two with Brewton-Parker reclaiming the scoreline at 8-7. BPC finished out the set in control, winning 25-16 for a 2-0 match advantage.

In set three, Brewton-Parker dominated the Tigers in a convincing 2510 win for the sweep.

Brewton-Parker led the match with 26 kills compared to Stillman’s 13. The Lady Barons produced a .231 hitting percentage for their best percentage of the match while in set two they notched a match-high 11 kills. Kaitlin Reynolds led with seven kills with Kinsley Jordan producing six aces. Katy Mathis notched 21 assists with Jordan recording 11 digs followed by Tanner Lallmann with 10. vs. Mid. GA

Brewton-Parker hosted Middle Georgia on Saturday afternoon for Senior Day in the season finale. Taylor Scarbrough was recognized prior to the match as the lone senior for the season. The Lady Barons (2-23, 2-16 SSAC) battled in a fiveset match but fell short to the Knights (9-15, 5-13 SSAC). The Lady Barons battled back from an early 4-0 deficit from the Knights, claiming the lead and pulling away to a 2522 opening set win. Middle Georgia responded well with a strong 25-14 win in set two to level the match.

Brewton-Parker flipped the script with a 25-18 victory in set three to extend the match to a fourth set. The Lady Barons scrapped their way through the fourth set, but the Knight eventually snuck past BPC with a 25-21 win.

In the fifth and final set, Middle Georgia jumped out to a commanding 9-0 lead before securing the match in a dominant 15-4 win.

Middle Georgia captured a 53-36 advantage in kills with a .175 hitting percentage compared to BPC’s .038 percentage. Kaitlin Reynolds led BPC with 15 kills followed by Naomi Taake with eight. R’Eyahn Shaffer recorded five aces with Katy Mathis notching 30 assists. Kinsley Jordan produced 18 digs with Shaffer notching 12.

Brewton-Parker concludes the season with a 2-23 overall record and a 2-16 conference record.

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