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9 21 23 Toombs Co Volleyball

On Tuesday evening, the Lady NetDawgs showcased a dominant performance, with both JV and Varsity teams sealing victories in all their matches.

The JV squad defeated New Hampstead in straight sets, with scores of 25-19 and 25-17. Standouts included Elida Cruz, Alivia Patrick, Emma Wright, and Gracie Davila. Their prowess at the service line was particularly notable: Elida secured 8 service points and 3 aces, Alivia achieved 6 service points and 3 aces, Gracie garnered 7 service points and 2 aces, while Emma chipped in with 4 service points and 2 aces. Moreover, Emma provided 8 assists, and Alivia contributed with 8 critical kills. The team’s collective effort was commendable.

Turning to the Varsity matches, Arianna Hill shined against New Hampstead, accumulating team-highs with 10 service points, 5 aces, 5 digs, and 4 kills. Emma Wright also made her mark with 6 service points and 3 aces. Both Martasia Burton and Anabel Cruz supported the team’s efforts with 5 assists each, while Anna Patrick contributed 3 kills.

In their subsequent face-off against Jenkins HS, the Lady Netdawgs continued their momentum. The serving skills of Makayla Brewton, Scarlett Stanley, Martasia Burton, and Emma Wright were on full display. Anna Patrick was a force to be reckoned with at the net, registering 6 kills.

All in all, it was an impeccable week for the Lady NetDawgs. The Varsity team went 3-0, boosting their record to 8-5 overall and 3-2 in the region, while the JV squad improved to 5-2. The teams will hit the road again on Monday, September 25, 2023, facing Brantley County, with JV playing at 5pm and Varsity at 6pm. (Courtesy of Toombs County Athletics) 

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