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BPC Volleyball At Middle Georgia

Courtesy of BPC

Brewton-Parker College Womens Volleyball continued Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) play on Saturday afternoon with a road contest at Middle Georgia.

The Lady Barons (34, 0-3 SSAC) fell in straight sets to the Knights (2-2, 1-2 SSAC) in a 3-0 loss.

“We did not show up to play today,” Head Coach Obed Quiles said. “Our offense was lacking, and we did not do a good enough job to earn points. We will get back to work and return to better play on Tuesday.”

Middle Georgia opened the match with a swift 5-1 edge before the Lady Barons fought their way back into a level first set. After some back-andforth action, the Knights pulled away from BPC to win the opening set 2517.

Brewton-Parker led early with a 4-1 advantage in set two, but Middle Georgia controlled the ball for most of the set to go for a secondstraight 25-17 victory for the 2-0 match lead.

The Knights took off quickly in set three and secured a dominant 25-9 win to secure the match in three straight sets.

Middle Georgia held a 35-19 edge in kills while also recording a .247 hitting percentage. Kinsley Jordan led the BPC attack with five kills followed by Amme Mobley with four. Abigail Snyder notched eight assists while R’eyahn Shaffer gathered 15 digs.

The Lady Barons returned to Gillis Gymnasium on Tuesday for a three-game home stand against Wesleyan (Ga.) after presstime.

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