Adrienne Harris’s team highs of 21 digs and five aces helped catapult Carroll County to a three-set sweep of Three Rivers District foe Glenvar on Thursday in Hillsville.
With her serving and defense, Harris helped lift the Cavaliers to a 25-18, 25-16, 25-20 win over the Highlanders. Jolee Sloss recorded a double-double with a team-high 10 kills to go along with 15 digs.
Aside from a couple of runs by Glenvar, Carroll County (10-5, 4-4 Three Rivers District) controlled the action most of the night. Hannah Green paced Glenvar (7-8, 2-5 Three Rivers District) with eight kills.
The win was a good bounce-back game for the Cavaliers after dropping a four-set district match with James River two days earlier in Hillsville.
Lindsey Bailey (23 kills) and Bailey Marshall (11 kills) combined for 34 kills for the Knights in a 25-9, 22-25, 27-25, 25-11 victory over Carroll. With the win, James River moved to 13-3 overall and a perfect 7-0 in Three Rivers District action.
Harris led the Lady Cavs with 18 digs and a pair of aces in the loss. Cassidy Lawson chipped in nine kills and Chasity Tompkins recorded nine digs and two aces for Carroll.
Jolee Sloss and Lexie Goad both recorded three aces October 2 to help lift Carroll County’s volleyball team to a three-set non-district sweep of Galax in Hillsville.
In total, the Lady Cavaliers finished with nine aces in the 25-12, 25-20, 25-20 win. Taylor Spangler, Cassidy Lawson and Grace Dickerson also had one ace each for Carroll in the victory.
Sloss also led the Cavs with 10 kills to go along with six digs and a block. Adrienne Harris turned in a game-high 18 digs while Spangler dished out 25 assists. Erin Hash had three blocks to pace Carroll up front and Lawson and Lindsey Goad each chipped in five kills. Chasity Tompkins added six digs in the win for the Cavaliers.
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