Cartersville, Woodland dominate all-county
Nov 06, 2012 | 972 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Staff Reports

Another exciting volleyball season highlighted by two Bartow County high schools reaching the state tournament, great rallies and outstanding athletic effort on both sides of the net has come and gone.

All that is left is for the Daily Tribune News to recognize who the top individual players are, who the best team is, and who is the most valuable player in the county, which, of course is never easy, especially with having to choose from all the talent that exists at all four high schools. But it is hard to argue which high school was the most dominating on the court and who is the county's MVP.

The Cartersville Lady Purple Hurricanes is the county's Team of the Year with their 25-15 overall record and having made it all the way to the second round of the Class AAA state tournament. Cartersville finished the season ranked ninth in Class AAA and 88th overall in the state.

The Lady Canes, who also won the Bartow County championship, capped off their season by finishing second in the Area 4-AAA volleyball tournament and then beating the Jackson Jaguars in the opening round of the state tournament. Blessed Trinity, the team that eliminated Cartersville from the state playoffs, defeated St. Pius to win the Class AAA state championship.

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