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Busy Week For TCHS Volleyball

Courtesy of TCHS

The Toombs County High School Lady Bulldogs volleyball team was in Baxley last week. It was a mixed bag of results for the Lady Netdawgs at Appling County.

JV vs. Appling

The JV team emerged victorious in a thrilling three-set match (25-11, 22-25, 15-9), with Alivia Patrick and Emma Wright leading the charge with their impressive serving. Patrick delivered 17 service points, including 14 aces, while Wright contributed 15 service points, 8 aces, and just 3 service errors between them. A commendable effort by the ladies! Additionally, Wright also contributed 5 assists, and Patrick led the team with 4 kills.

Varsity vs. Appling

On the other hand, the varsity match was intensely competitive but ultimately ended in a loss for the Lady Netdawgs, falling to #9 ranked 2A Appling in five sets (2516, 18-25, 13-25, 25-13, 5-15). Despite the loss, it was arguably the team’s best all-around performance so far this season.

The match was rife with notable performances: six players achieved 6 or more service points, with Scarlett Stanley topping the list with 11, followed by Annabel Crew with 8, Arianna Hill with 7, and Makayla Brewton, Anna Patrick, and Emma Wright each with 6. The same six players also accounted for a total of 17 aces, led by Arianna Hill with six. Additionally, Martasia Burton and Anabel Crew each notched 10 assists, while Anna Patrick and Makayla Brewton led the team with 9 kills apiece.

Despite the varsity loss, the Lady Netdawgs’ record now stands at 4-4 overall and 2-2 in the Region. at SE Bulloch

It was a night of highs and lows at Southeast Bulloch on Tuesday night for the Toombs County Lady NetDawg Volleyball team. vs. Liberty

They kicked off the evening against Liberty High School and secured a victory in three sets (25-17, 20-25, and 1510). Makayla Brewton, Arianna Hill, and Anna Patrick led the NetDawgs in the Liberty match. Brewton scored 13 service points and 7 aces, Hill contributed 9 service points with 2 aces, and Patrick dominated with 8 kills. vs. SE Bulloch

However, the momentum didn’t carry through to the Southeast Bulloch match, which Southeast Bulloch won in two sets. The Net-Dawgs started with their worst set of the season, losing 25-6, but showed improvement in the second set despite losing 20-25. The statistics were not particularly noteworthy in this match, with Patrick recording 3 service points and 4 kills and Anabel Cruz contributing 4 service points, 2 aces, and 2 assists.

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