W.S. Neal Lady Eagle volleyball falls to Flomaton, MS and JV win
In a W.S. Neal against Flomaton volleyball match Tuesday at W.S. Neal Middle School, the Lady Eagle varsity team was the only the only team to suffer a loss.
The middle school team won 25-12 and 25-22 over Flomaton to improve to 2-0 while the Lady Eagle JV team won 25-20 and 25-19 to improve their overall record to 2-0.
The Lady Eagle varsity team lost 25-10, 25-15 and 25-14 to drop their record to 1-2 overall.
W.S. Neal’s varsity team is set to take on area opponent Thomasville tomorrow at home at 5 p.m.
WSN Middle School 2, Flomaton 0
The Lady Eagles of W.S. Neal Middle School remained undefeated this season under new head coach Joe Ellington as they defeated Flomaton 2-0 to improve to 2-0.
“We owe all of our credit to Coach Stone and the hard work our girls put in at practice,” Ellington said. “Hopefully we can keep playing well and get the low end of the bench playing with more confidence.”
The Lady Eagles won 25-15 in the first set and 25-22 in the second.
In the first set, the Lady Eagles got seven service points from Cheyenne Jackson to help in the win.
With the game tied at 10-10, W.S. Neal held leads of 17-13 and 18-15 before getting the win.
In set two, Ashley Fleming led with eight service points and one ace.
W.S. Neal led by as much as 15-3 and 18-4 before having their lead cut to 23-22 before getting the win.
W.S. Neal JV 2, Flomaton 0
The JV Lady Eagles earned a 2-0 win over Flomaton Tuesday to improve their record to 2-0.
The Lady Eagles won 25-20 and 25-19.
In set one, Bailey Stone led with five service points and one kill.
With the game tied 13-13, W.S. Neal built a 19-13 lead and a 20-15 lead.
Flomaton cut the lead to 23-20 before W.S. Neal got the win by five.
In set two, Gracee Dixon led with 12 service points and one ace.
Trailing 3-1, W.S. Neal went ahead 9-3 only to see Flomaton tie the game at 17-17.
From there, W.S. Neal outscored the Hurricanes 8-2 for the win.
Flomaton 3, W.S. Neal varsity 0
W.S. Neal’s varsity lost 3-0 to Flomaton losing 25-10, 25-15, and 25-14 to fall to 1-2.
In set one, W.S. Neal led 7-5 before Flomaton took a 15-7 lead and never looked back.
Whitney Douglas led with four service points and an ace.
In set two, Douglas led with three service points and a block followed by three from Brittany Revel.
W.S. Neal led 9-7 but Flomaton tied the game at 10-10. The Lady Eagles regained the lead at 12-10 before Flomaton overcame it and led 17-12 and got the win by 10.
In set three, with the game tied at 9-9, Flomaton took a 16-9 lead.
W.S. Neal cut the lead to 21-14 but Flomaton scored the final four points.
Paige Grantham led with two service points in the loss.