WSNMS defeats PH Monday; JV and varsity fall

Published 9:40 am Tuesday, September 27, 2011

In a Monday home match with the Pleasant Home Eagles, the W.S. Neal Middle School Lady Eagles were the lone Eagles of East Brewton to fly away with a win.
The middle school Lady Eagles defeated Pleasant Home 2-0 to improve their record to 9-2 while the JV Lady Eagles lost 2-0 to fall to 2-5 and the varsity Lady Eagles lost 3-0 to fall to 6-9.
The varsity match between W.S. Neal and Pleasant Home Lady Eagles was the third match between the two teams in three days.
The W.S. Neal JV and varsity teams were set to be back in action Tuesday at Monroe County in an area game and will return to action Thursday on the road at T.R. Miller.
The middle school teams will play at 4 p.m. followed by the JV and then the varsity.
The middle school match will be the final match of the season for the Lady Eagles.

In middle school action Monday, W.S. Neal won 2-0. The Lady Eagles won 25-17 and 25-10.
In game one, Karissa Johnson led with seven straight service points and Maddisen Bush added six. Haleigh Dubose had three points and Emily Ann Cooper chipped in one point.
In game two, Alyssa English had six straight points to end the game while Dubose had four and Heather Martin had one.
Johnson added five straight points in the win and Tiffany Robinson had one. Donnavia Williams chipped in two points in the win.

PH 2, WSN JV 0
In JV action Monday, W.S. Neal lost 25-15 and 25-18.
In game one, Atalya Jones had two service points in the loss and Jasmine Crook had one. Brittany Lucas had four straight points and one ace.
In game two, Ashley Fleming had one point and Tykeria Nolan added two points. Crook had one point and one kill and Katelyn Millican added two points.
Lucas had three service points with two being aces and Tiffany Sawyer had one. Cheyenne Jackson had one kill.

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PH 3, WSN varsity 0
In varsity action, W.S. Neal lost 3-0. The Lady Eagles lost game one 25-17, game two 25-23, and game three 25-18.
In game two, the Lady Eagles led 18-9 before being outscored 16-5 the remainder of the game.
In game one, Gracee Dixon had one service point and one kill and Paige Grantham had four straight service points and one ace.
Ashlyn Lambeth had one point and Kaitlin Hadaway had one block and three service points. Kendal Clayton added one kill and one service point in the loss.
In game two, Dixon had two points, Grantham had four along with one ace and one kill.
Lambeth had four points and Stephanie Lambert had one kill.
In game three, Dixon had one point and one kill and Lambert had two kills and one block.
Lambeth had three service points and Lauren Boatwright had three points and one ace. Grantham had one ace in the loss.
“I thought our effort was real good,” W.S. Neal Lady Eagle head coach Jeff Haney said. “The girls played hard. We were just inconsistent at times. Our ball control was good for a few minutes then it would just taper off. We were just up and down and Pleasant Home was just steady the whole time. They didn’t waver much. They are a good team. They are not wavering and we are and it just goes their way. It is just one of those things and they just seem to have our number this year. We will just have to try them again next year. We have some big games coming up. We have to go to Monroeville Tuesday and we owe them one after dropping the game here last time. We go to Miller Thursday so we have a busy week with some big games. We are looking forward to all that.”

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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