JDCC volleyball defeats WS-Selma

Published 11:10am Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk volleyball team picked up their second straight win Tuesday night at home as they swept Wallace State-Selma 3-0.
With the three-set win, JDCC improved to 7-12 overall and to 4-7 in conference play.
JDCC took set one 25-22 and set two 25-10 before winning the third and final set 25-19 to get the win.
“We are on the right path with everything that we are doing right now,” JDCC head coach Misti Nims said. “We have a big weekend ahead of us with six games in three days. We basically just need one more game to qualify for the tournament. I think we will get that, so the next few games are important. We just have to keep working and getting better.”
In set one, JDCC and Selma were tied 22-all late before the Lady Warhawks reeled off three straight points to get the win 25-22.
Arissa Bray led set one with four service points while Victoria Bracewell had three service points, one ace and one kill.
In set two, JDCC cruised to a 25-10 win. Tara Gafford led with six service points, three kills and one ace.
Kayla White finished with five service points and three kills. Jennifer Daniels added five points and three kills.
In set three, JDCC trailed 16-14 and rallied to take an 18-16 lead before pulling away late to get the win 25-19.
In the third set win, Gafford led with four points, one ace and one kill while Bray finished with four points and one ace. Daniels finished with five kills in the win.
Overall, Daniels had 10 kills, one ace, two blocks and six digs in the win while Gafford had seven kills, three aces and two blocks. White added six kills and 16 assists while Bray had 10 assists.
JDCC is scheduled to play at Wallace State-Hanceville Thursday at 6 p.m. and will play in the Hanceville tournament Friday and Saturday.
The Lady Warhawks will return home on Tuesday, Oct. 23 when they take on Lawson State Community College at 7:30 p.m.
The game will be the final home game for JDCC this season.

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