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Lady Lions score sweep over Bluestone

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Sierra Nunn (12) goes high at the net for the HCMS spikers. (David Conner II photo)
SoVaNow.com / September 23, 2013
The Halifax County Middle School volleyball team swept Bluestone Thursday, winning the match 3-0. HCMS won by scores of 25-4, 25-11 and 25-4.

The Lions had a variety of contributors.

In first set action, Olivia Noblin had five good serves, one ace, and two assists. Katie Cole had one kill. Calli Neal had one assist. Aliyah Chandler had eight good serves, including two aces. Sierra Nunn had nine good serves, including one ace, and had one kill.

In the second set, Leigh-Anne McCormick had one assist and shows promise as a setter. Hailie Lawhorn had one good serve. Hailie played well in the front and back row. Karlye Dyer had an ace. Savanna Cabaniss had seven good serves, including two aces. Neal had eight good serves. Chinaiya Owen had one good serve. Karlye Dyer and Raegan Ridgeway passed well on the back row. Brittany Clark played well on the front row.

In the third set, Noblin had seven good serves and four assists. Katie Cole had eight good serves. Calli Neal had three assists. Aliyah Chandler had five good serves. Sierra Nunn had two good serves and three kills.

Lion coach Lori Meadows said, “I am proud of the girls for their win tonight and also for their teamwork and sportsmanship.”



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