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Season ends for Comet volleyball / November 07, 2019
The season has ended for Halifax County High School varsity volleyball, as the Comets lost 3-0 in first round Class 4 regional action to Jefferson Forest.

The Comets lost game one, 25-11, game two, 25-16 and game three, 25-7.

“JF has an awesome program with lots of great athletes who know how to play volleyball. We could not break serve nor hold serve, which makes it hard for us to score points. Hats off to our athletes for a great season. Trinity Martin had one of her best games this year with 5 blocks and a solid defensive performance,” coach Meg Bane said.

“Foushee, senior, has provided us with excellent leadership all year as our setter, basically our quarterback on the court. Cassie Ashe, our other senior, has grown as an athlete and stepped up to playing all the way around and has done an excellent job at that.

“It is exciting as a coach to see so much growth over the season in our young team to prepare us for the upcoming years,” said Bane.


Bailey Bowen had seven good serves.

Kendall Foushee had six good serves scoring four points

Trinity Martin had nine good serves scoring four points


Kirsten Wellons had nine attacks with three kills

Trinity Martin had seven attacks with two kills

Bailey Bowen had 9 attacks with two kills


Foushee had 28 sets with five assists

Madison Barnes had 28 sets with three assists


Martin had two solo blocks and three assists


Martin had seven digs

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