WSNMS volleyball defeats Flomaton

Published 10:31 am Friday, September 9, 2011

In a middle school, JV and varsity volleyball game with Flomaton Thursday night in East Brewton, only the W.S. Neal Middle School team came away with a win.
The Middle School Lady Eagles defeated Flomaton 2-0 to improve their record to 4-1.The Lady Eagles won game one 25-7 and game two 25-12.
Alyssa English had eight service points for the Lady Eagles and Heather Martin had six.
Karissa Johnson and Emily Ann Cooper both had three points and Tiffany Robinson and Madison Winchester had two points each. Haleigh Dubose added one.
In game two, Kametria Lawson and Johnson had seven points each and Maddie Bush and Dinah Samuels had three each. Taylor Burns and Robinson had two points each and Madison Winchester added one.
In varsity action Thursday, the Lady Eagles lost 3-0 to drop their record to 3-4.
In JV action, the Lady Eagles lost 2-0 to fall to 1-3 this season.
The JV Lady Eagles lost 25-23 in game one and 26-24 in game two.
In game one, Ashley Fleming had two points followed by Tiffany Sawyer with five, Tykeria Nolan with two, and Christina Robinson and Cheyenne Jackson with one each.
In game two, Fleming had four points, Nolan had two, Jasmine Crook had three, Katelyn Millican had one and Christina Robinson had two.
“The JV team played pretty well, but just came up a little short,” W.S. Neal Lady Eagle head coach Jeff Haney said. “We made several mistakes that cost us the game. The effort was good, but the execution lacked in a few key moments. This group just keeps working and getting better. I am proud of the way they are working.”
In varsity action, the Lady Eagles lost 3-0. In game one, W.S. Neal lost 25-18 followed by a 25-10 loss in game two. In game three, W.S. Neal lost 25-19.
In game one, Gracee Dixon and Ashlyn Lambeth had one service point along with Kendal Clayton. Lauren Boatwright had five points.
In game two, Clayton had two, Boatwright had one and Kaitlin Hadaway added one in the loss.
In the third and final game, Paige Grantham and Boatwright had one point each along with seven from Lambeth and two from Clayton.
“We were just very inconsistent tonight,” Haney said of the loss. “We just have to learn to play a complete game. We struggled with our serves and with serve receive. Flomaton has some good servers and they gave us trouble. Some of our girls just picked a bad time to be off.”
All teams will be back in action Monday at Pleasant Home. Game time is set for 4 p.m. with middle schools playing first.

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