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Jayvees improve to 3-0 in district

SoVaNow.com / September 26, 2012
The Bluestone jayvee girls volleyball team is 3-0 in James River District action with wins last week over Cumberland and Amelia.

On Monday, Sept. 17, the jayvees defeated Cumberland in two games, 25-20 and 25-17. The girls played again Wednesday and topped Amelia, 25-16 and 25-22.

The jayvees return to action today (Wednesday) against Randolph-Henry. The match will take place in Skipwith.

Here’s the rundown on individual performances in the Cumberland and Amelia victories:

Cumberland Game:
Serves:
Evie Gordon — 100% efficiency, 10 aces
Ashley Gupton — 100%, 1 ace
Heather Wilson — 100%

Attacks:
Jenna Harris — 90%, 2 kills
Jasmine Briggs — 81%, 2 kills

Assists:
Evie Gordon — 63

Digs:
Jocelyn Card — 3

Amelia Game:
Serves:
Jocelyn Card — 100%, 1 ace
Jasmine Briggs — 100%, 2 aces
Heather Wilson — 100%, 1 ace

Attacks:
Heather Watson — 100%, 2 kills
Jenna Harris — 94%, 2 kills
Ashley Gupton — 94%, 1 kill

Assists:
Evie Gordon — 52
Ashley Gupton — 3

Digs:
Jasmine Briggs — 5
Ashley Gupton — 5
Jenna Harris — 4






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