TRM volleyball beats Flomaton Thursday

Published 10:30 am Friday, August 26, 2011

The No.10-ranked T.R. Miller Lady Tiger volleyball improved to 5-0 Thursday at home as they knocked off Flomaton 3-1.
T.R. Miller won 25-16, 25-17 in games one and two before blowing a late lead in game three and falling 25-27. In game four, T.R. Miller won 25-18 to take the match.
“We always have good matches with Flomaton,” T.R. Miller Lady Tiger head volleyball head coach Greg White said. “The last four or five years everyone of them has gone back-and-forth. They have won some and we have won some. We are two evenly matched teams and in the first two games, I thought we were the more aggressive team. We kind of took it to them and had a lot of kills in the first two games. In game three, we kind of play defensive. We had to play more defense and they had to play more offense. We still had a chance to win and was up six points with a point to go and we don’t finish it off. I give them credit for that. In game four, we came back and got back to doing like we did in the first two games and became more aggressive and that was the difference in the end. It was a good win and nice to stay undefeated. We have a tough area tri-match on Monday with Clarke County and (No. 1) Bayside. We will come back to work on Sunday and see what happens on Monday.”
In earlier action Thursday, the Brewton Middle School Lady Tigers started their season with a win to improve to 1-0 with a 2-0 win over Flomaton.
Brewton won 25-4 and 25-17.
The JV Lady Tigers improved to 3-0 with a 2-0 win over Flomaton. They won 25-15 and 25-12.
All teams will be back in action Tuesday at W.S. Neal while the varsity Lady Tigers will be back in action Monday at home at 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.

BMS 2, Flomaton 0
Brewton dominated Flomaton in set one to win 25-4 and took set two 25-17 for their first win.
In game one, Morgan Manning had three straight service points and Erin Wade had one ace.
Amelia Peach had three straight points and MyKayla Harrison had five straight points and one ace. Bridgett Casey had nine straight points and three aces.
Raven Bryant had one kill.
In game two, Manning had six straight service points and Wade had one point. Peach had one kill and one point. Casey had four points and Mary Allison Peace had two points. Taylor Austin had one point.

TRM JV 2, Flomaton 0
The JV Lady Tigers kept their record perfect with a 2-0 win over Flomaton, 25-15 and 25-12.
Krystal Bell had one point and Brittany Warren had two points and one ace. Abbi Roberts had five points and one ace and two kills. Amber Terry had three kills in the win and Madalyn Weaver had eight straight points and one ace. Hannah Weaver had one ace in the win.
In game two, Bell had three points and Roberts had seven straight points. Terry had one kill and six straight points to close out the win while Madalyn Weaver had one ace and Hannah Weaver had two points.

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TRM varsity 3, Flomaton 1
While it was not a 3-0 sweep, the T.R. Miller Lady Tigers claimed a 3-1 win over Flomaton to improve to 5-0.
T.R. Miller won game one 25-16 and game two 25-17 to take an early 2-0 lead in the match.
Leading 24-18 in the third set, T.R. Miller saw Flomaton rally to win 27-25 to force a fourth game. In game four, T.R. Miller won the match with a 25-18 win.
In game one, Haley Brown had five service points and Taylor Guthrie had three kills and two blocks. Leah Brundidge had two kills and Lauren Bradley had one kill. Miranda McNamara had five points and Amber Nelson had four kills and one point along with Jessica Allan and Moriah Brundidge having one point each.
In game two, Brown had one point and Brundidge had two points and one kill. Guthrie had three kills and two blocks while Nelson had one kill and nine service points and one ace.
Bradley had one kill along with Karisa Nelson and McNamara and Allan had one point each.
In game three, Brundige had four points and one ace while Guthrie had three kills, one block and one point.
Bradley had one kill and Lauren Ward had two points. Karisa Nelson had one kill and Moriah Brundidge had one point. Amber Nelson had two kills and one point and Allan had three points.
In the fourth game, McNamara had one kill and Brundidge had five points. Ward had one kill and Guthrie had four points, one ace, one block and four kills.
Amber Nelson had two points, one ace and one block. Karisa Nelson and Allan had one point each.

About Adam Robinson

My name is Adam Robinson and I have been the Sports Editor of the Brewton Standard since September 2007. I cover all the local sports in the Brewton area. I am a 2007 graduate of Troy University with a degree in Print Journalism with a contract in Sports Information. I married Shari Lynn in June of 2007 and we welcomed our first child, Hatlee, in April of 2010.

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