BMS volleyball sweeps JUB, will play in Bayside tournament Saturday

Published 10:30am Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Brewton Middle School’s volleyball team kept their record perfect Tuesday afternoon as they traveled to J.U. Blacksher for a doubleheader and came back with two wins. The wins improved Brewton’s record to 3-0 this season.
The Lady Tigers of BMS took set one 25-4 and set two 25-9 to get the win in game one of the doubleheader. In game two, BMS won set one 25-7 and set two 25-7.
In set one of the first match, Myra Reiss led with six service points and Anna Grace White added five. Mary Madison Brown had four points along with Mallori Floyd while Gabbi Solomon added three.
In set two, Reiss led with 12 service points while Steely Ruzic, White, and Floyd all had three each.
In the first set of the second match, Anna Kate Brittain had four service points and Floyd had four as well. Ruzic, White and Brown all had three points each while Reiss chipped in two service points.
In set two, White led with 11 service points, Reiss had three and Brittain, Ruzic, Floyd and Brown all had two service points each.
The BMS Lady Tigers will play at the Bayside Academy tournament Saturday.
In the Bayside tournament, BMS will be one of six teams. BMS will be in pool A with Bayside and UMS-Wright. In pool B will St. Paul’s, Faith and Satsuma.
After the tournament in Bayside, Brewton will be back in action Thursday, Sept. 12 at home when they host the W.S. Neal Lady Eagles. Game time is set for 4 p.m. with the JV playing at 5 p.m. and the varsity at 6 p.m.
Here is the complete tournament schedule for Saturday’s tournament in Bayside:
• 8 a.m.- Bayside and UMS-Wright (pool A)
• 9 a.m.- Brewton and UMS-Wright (pool A)
• 10 a.m.- Brewton and Bayside (pool A)
• 11 a.m.- St. Paul’s and Satsuma (pool B)
• noon- Faith and Satsuma (pool B)
• 1 p.m.- St. Paul’s and Faith (pool B)
After pool play, the two No. 1 seeds from each pool will get a bye. At 2 p.m., the No. 2 seed in pool A will play the No. 3 seed in pool B while the No. 2 seed in pool B will play the No. 3 seed of pool A. The No. 1 seeds from pools A and B will then play the winners (opposite of their pool) of the 2 p.m. semifinal games at 3 p.m.

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