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Dragon girls hammer Sussex Central, Surry

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SoVaNow.com / September 12, 2018
The Park View volleyball team under head coach Helen Callahan traveled to Sussex Central High School on Tuesday evening, Sept. 4 and handed the Lady Tigers a devastating loss. The Lady Dragons bested their opponents in three straight games, 25-4, 25-4 and 25-4.

The Lady Dragons were led by sophomore Courtlyn Hawkins with 10 kills and Deaona Watkins with three kills. Grayson Hudson also posted three kills.

Lady Dragons Take Care of Surry at PVHS

The Lady Dragons returned to the confines of the PVHS gym on Thursday evening to face the Lady Cougars of Surry County and kept their winning streak alive, beating the Lady Cougars in straight sets, 25-18, 25-2 and 25-14.

Courtlyn Hawkins and Deaona Watkin continued their dominance at the net in getting 10 kills each. Hawkins added three blocks and Grayson Hudson contributed eight kills and two blocks.

Rounding out the performance by the Dragons were Cambra Graham (4 kills), Erin Bailey (4 service aces and 13 assists) and Carson Wall (15 assists).



Junior Lady Dragons Defeat Surry

The JV Lady Dragons easily handled the Surry JV Lady Cougars on Thursday evening at PVHS Gym. The Little Lady Dragons won in straight sets 25-12 and 25-16. The younger Dragon girls were paced by Kaylee Coker (4 kills), Riley Grace Turner (3 kills, 3 aces), Jordyn Jackson (2 kills 7 aces), Paige Springer (5 aces and 4 assists), Sophia Janson (4 aces), Madison Reese (an ace and a kill), Kaitlyn Campbell (2 kills and 2 assists) and Krislyn Johnson (2 kills).

The Lady Dragon varsity spikers were set to travel to Petersburg to face the Lady Dragons of the Appomattox Regional Governor’s School on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and then they are scheduled to play the Windsor Lady Dukes at PVHS on Thursday, Sept. 13. Both games will start at 5:30 p.m.





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