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SoVaNow.com / October 24, 2013The Halifax County Middle School volleyball team breezed to a three-set win over Park View Tuesday in South Boston.
HCMS won the first set, 25-12, the second 25-16 and the third, 25-14.
For the first set, Olivia Noblin had four good serves and five assists. Katie Cole had four good serves. Calli Neal had eight assists. Aliyah Chandler had ten good serves, including two aces, and five kills. Sierra Nunn had three good serves, including one ace, and two kills.Carol Fears had one good serve.
For the second set, Leigh-Anne McCormick had four good serves and ten assists. Olivia Noblin had three good serves and fourteen assists. Savanna Cabaniss had two good serves and two kills. Katie Cole had five good serves.
Aliyah Chandler had five good serves and three kills.
Sierra Nunn had four good serves, including one ace, one kill, and two blocks.
For the third set, Leigh-Anne McCormick had two good serves and two assists. Olivia Noblin had one good serve and sixteen assists.
Katie Cole had twelve good serves, including one ace. Calli Neal had one assist.
Aliyah Chandler had three good serves.
Sierra Nunn had five good serves and two kills.
HCMS coach Lori Meadows said, “It was evident tonight how much the girls have progressed during the season. The ladies have grown as a team work extremely well with one another on the court.”
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