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Lady Pirates cage Lady Cards, Hooks and New Boston win

By Kenny Mitchell

 

The New Boston Lady Lions remained unbeaten last night after they knocked off the Lady Bears from DeKalb.

 

For the Lady Bears, Emily Barrett was the leading server with 10 points. Carrie Almond had 13 kills. Evette Martinez and Carrie Almond had 16 assists each, and Anijah Gray had 12 digs.

De Kalb’s next game is on Friday at home against Paul Pewitt.

 

De Kalb’s JV 2 won in two sets. 25-22, 25-10. Zariah Okai was the leading server with 12 points from the service stripe.

De Kalb’s JV 1 won in two sets, 25-20 & 25-18. Sam Prince was the leading server with 8 points.

 

 

The Hooks Lady Hornets notched another district win last night with a 25-16, 27-25 and 25-22 final score over Queen City.

Alyssa Whitten came up big for Hooks with 12 points from service and a dozen assists, as did Lexie Frachiseur who posted huge numbers up front with 16 kills and 11 blocks.

Also on the stat sheet for the Lady Hornets was Eva Johnson with five digs, 11 assists and seven service points, Emma Farquhar with eight kills, five digs and 11 points from the service line, and Alley Jefferson with 14 digs.

 

In their JV matchups, Hooks won the JV 2 contest with Kaclyn Nelson and Jordan Ragland each tallying 11 points from service. 

The JV 1 squad from Hooks also won their match with Kaclyn Roberts leading the way with eight points. Tiara Sanders had six points from the service stripe.

 

In 2-A volleyball action, Hwy. 67 rivals James Bowie and Maud faced off Tuesday night at Maud, with the visiting Lady Pirates going home with the win.

 

The varsity Lady Pirates won the match 25-7, 25-12, 23-25 and 25-17 as Khloe Walker paced the ladies from Simms with 21 points from the service line.

For the Lady Cardinals, Lanie Lee had 11 points from service and Alivia Carroll had six kills and eight blocks in the match.

 

James Bowie also won the JV matchup as their Trinity Brantley and Emily Maroue each had nine points. For Maud, Jordan Crowell was the leading scorer with eight points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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