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Spikers get win over Randolph Henry / October 15, 2009
The HCHS volleyball team improved to 10-6 overall with a non-district win over Randolph-Henry Tuesday.

The Comet spikers are 2-2 in the district, and return to WVD action Thursday at Franklin County.

HCHS won game one, 25-15, and then prevailed in game two, 25-19. RH won game three, 25-17, but Halifax rallied and sealed the match with a 25-19 win in game four.

HCHS graded out at 83 percent in its serving, 83 percent in passing and 94 percent in setting.

Halifax finished with 16 aces, led by Jessie Bagbey with five. Jill Trickey led in service points with six, while Kate Bane and Jamiesha Smith had four apiece.

Randolph Henry downed the HCHS jayvee spikers, two games to one, in non-district action Tuesday.

RH won the first game, 25-19, before Halifax picked up some intensity and took the second game by a 25-16 score. RH rallied to win the third game, 19-15.

Kelsy Williams led with seven service points, while Kendall Lloyd and Jennifer Lacks had three apiee.

Williams, Kelsey White and Lacks had two aces apiece.

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