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Park View spikers beat Brunswick and Greensville, improve to 10-0

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Lady Dragon senior Carson Wall digs out a Greensville County spike during the first game of the Lady Dragons’ victory over the visiting Lady Eagles of Greensville County on Thursday at PVHS. (Steven Hinzman photo)
SoVaNow.com / October 02, 2019
The Park View volleyball team continued cutting a swath through the Tri-Rivers District last week. Park View traveled to Lawrenceville on Tuesday and defeated Brunswick County in straight sets before returning to PVHS to play host to the Greensville County on Thursday. The Dragons also took that match, 3-0.

At Brunswick County, the Dragons won game one, 25-10, game two, 25-2 and game three, 25-12. Courtlyn Hawkins paced PV with 8 kills, 4 blocks and an ace followed by Deaona Watkins with 6 kills, Cambra Graham with 4 kills and 3 aces, Riley Grace Turner with 2 kills, Erin Bailey with 5 aces and 9 assists and Kacey Wall with 2 kills.

Returning to the familiar confines of PVHS gym the Lady Dragons hosted the Lady Eagles of Greensville County on Thursday and dispatched them in similar fashion. PV won game one 25-9, game two 25-12 and game three 25-17. Sophomore Kaylee Coker led the charge for the Dragons posting 8 kills and a pair of blocks followed by Carson Wall with 5 kills, 2 aces and 9 assists, Courtlyn Hawkins with 5 kills and a block, Deaona Watkins with 4 kills and Erin Bailey with a kill and 12 assists.

The Lady Dragons are now 10-0 and were scheduled to travel to New Kent for an invitational showcase tournament on Saturday, September 28 followed by a road trips to Franklin on Tuesday and Southampton this Thursday.





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