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TCHS Volleyball Opens Season

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The Toombs County High School volleyball team kicked off their season with matches against Pierce County, Ware County, and Bradwell Intitute. TCHS dropped their matches to Pierce and to Ware, but bounced back with wins over Bradwell. vs. Pierce

The Toombs County Lady Netdawgs opened their season against the formidable Pierce County team, which proved to be a challenging start. Both JV and Varsity matches went in favor of Pierce.

In the JV match, scores were 15-25 and 20-25, with standout performances by Emma Wright and Alivia Patrick.

On the Varsity side, the sets went 17-25, 1025, and 14-25. Anna Patrick notably delivered with 6 kills and 3 impressive blocks. Anabel Cruz contributed 8 service points, 2 aces, and 6 assists, while Scarlett Stanley marked the scoreboard with 5 service points, 2 aces, and 3 digs. vs. Ware

On Thursday of last week, the Lady Netdawgs traveled to Ware County for a doubleheader. The varsity squad faced a challenging start, succumbing to Ware County with scores of 21-25 in both sets.

In their face-off with Ware County, Anabel Cruz made an impression with 18 service points and 9 aces. Scarlett Stanley was a defensive pillar, securing a remarkable 25 digs. Meanwhile, Martasia Burton facilitated the team with 6 assists, and both Makayla Brewton and Arianna Hill chipped in with 3 kills each. vs. Bradwell

The Lady Netdawgs carried their momentum into the second match against Bradwell Institute. Emma Wright stood out, leading the varsity with 10 service points and 5 aces. Anabel Cruz mirrored this performance with her own set of 5 aces. Further, Cruz, along with Scarlett Stanley and Arianna Hill, contributed 5 service points each. Martasia Burton showcased her skills with 8 assists, and both Brewton and Hill marked the scoreboard with 4 kills apiece.

The JV team experienced a roller-coaster match. After a promising start with a 25-17 win in the first set, they faced setbacks with scores of 14-25 and 11-15 in the subsequent sets. Emma Wright paved the way for JV, delivering 8 service points, 3 aces, and 6 assists. Alivia Patrick impressed with 2 service points, both being aces, and contributed 5 kills. Meanwhile, Elida Cruz provided 5 service points, and Maggie Rodriguez bolstered the defense with 7 digs.

This week TCHS hosted Vidalia on Monday, and then hosted New Hampstead on Tuesday. Both of those matches were after presstime. They will be back in action next Monday at Windor Forest.

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