HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP

Woodland volleyball splits at Gordon Central

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Posted 8/28/20

The Woodland volleyball team overcame a lackluster loss to Haralson County early Thursday evening to earn a split of a non-region tri-match with a win later in the night over hosts Gordon Central. …

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HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP

Woodland volleyball splits at Gordon Central

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The Woodland volleyball team overcame a lackluster loss to Haralson County early Thursday evening to earn a split of a non-region tri-match with a win later in the night over hosts Gordon Central.

The Wildcats (2-8) took care of Gordon Central by a final score of 25-10, 25-17.

Sydney Molinaro had a dozen kills, four assists and three aces. Cayley Stanz finished with eight assists, four aces and two each of kills and digs.

In the 25-15, 25-19 loss to Haralson County, Molinaro led the way, racking up seven assists, five kills, five digs, two aces and a block. Delaney Tuplin matched Molinaro with five kills, and Emmalee Cigainero totaled 12 digs.

Woodland will face a stiff challenge Tuesday, when it hosts Blessed Trinity and Calhoun for a pair of Region 7-AAAAA matches.

Adairsville swept in region action

The Adairsville volleyball team finished a day of action below .500 for the first time all season Thursday after dropping a pair of Region 6-AAA matches at Murray County.

In the opener, the Tigers scored 16 points in each set of a loss to the hosts. Adairsville didn't fare much better in a 25-12, 25-15 loss to Ringgold later in the evening.

Richlyn Blair paced Adairsville (6-7, 1-3) with five kills on the night. Lexie Childers had a team-high six assists. Kaylee Jordan and Aaliyah Applin each recorded eight digs.

The Tigers are scheduled to face North Murray in another region tilt Tuesday in Chatsworth.

Short-handed Cass drops pair

With only six players at her disposal, Cass first-year head coach Laura Hayes was proud of her team's effort Thursday in a road tri-match.

The Colonels fell 25-17, 25-12 to Gilmer and 25-16, 25-13 to Pickens.

Cass (1-7) is scheduled to host Hiram and Bremen Tuesday.