The Jr. Cards boarded the bus Monday, March 4, to take on the Hawks in Gallatin County.
After winning the first set 25-13, the NCOE squad had to work harder to put away the second set, as they finally won 25-21.
“We lost focus in the second set,” Coach Jaclyn Melton said.
Bree Vollman and Jerra Barton served 12 and 11 points to lead the scoring. Brynn Warren had 4, with Miah Scoggins and Hollan Everett having two and Morgan Bryant one.
Everett had seven kills, followed by Vollman with 5. Lydia Vinyard had 3, Bryant 2 and Barton one. Vollman had 12 setting assists. Warren had 2. One assist each was recorded by Scroggins, Everett, Barton and Bryant.
Scroggins, Everett and Barton each had 2 digs, while Vollman, Bryant and Vineyard had one each. Everett had one block.
The 7th grade also won in two, 25-14 and 25-11.
Hinsley Everett had 11 points and 7 kills to have a big night on both fronts. Elise Hortin had 7 points and 5 assists. Gracie Allen had 5 points, with Lauren Poole scoring 4 points, 3 kills and one assist. Avery Black had 3 points, 3 assists and one kill. Mallory Fulkerson had 2 points and one kill. Mallory Hobbs had 2 points and Alivia Zenner had one assist. Cora Humphrey also participated in the win.
This win gave the 7th grade a 12-0 record.
The “C” team also won with a 41-29 timed victory.
Brooklyn Raymer recorded 9 points, and Mallory Hobbs followed with 7. Alivia Zenner had 3, Cadee Humphrey 2 and Mattie McArthy 1.
Alexis Rush had 2 kills, and Hobbs one. Zenner and Briley Pool each had one assist.
The “C” team is now 5-6-1.