WSN volleyball goes 3-1 in Flomaton

Published 8:19 am Wednesday, July 23, 2014

W.S. Neal’s 2014 volleyball team traveled down to Flomaton Friday for a Summer Bash volleyball tournament.
Joining W.S. Neal in the tournament was Flomaton, Jay, Atmore, and Excel.
In the first game of the day against Jay, W.S. Neal lost 2-0. In the second game, W.S. Neal defeated Flomaton 2-0.
Against Jay, W.S. Neal lost set one 25-15 and set two 25-18. Against Flomaton, W.S. Neal won 25-19 and 25-17.
W.S. Neal would later defeat Atmore in three sets and Excel in two sets to complete the day with a 3-1 record.
“We came out against Jay not looking sharp at all,” W.S. Neal head coach Jason Blaney said. “The girls really picked up their play. Especially against Atmore where we lost set one but won last two sets.
“Against Excel we won set one, but where losing set two 18-24 but battled back and won 26-24. We still have work to do, especially with our communication on the court and receiving serve. But overall, great day and looking forward to a great season with these girls.”
Scores and stats from W.S. Neal’s other two games of the day at Flomaton —against Atmore and against Excel— were not known as of press time.
Jay 2, W.S. Neal 0
In set one against Jay, Tykeria Nolan had two service points for the Lady Eagles while Dinah Samuel had three kills. Karissa Johnson had an ace and one service point while Haleigh Dubose finished with a block while Jodi Busby had a kill and Tiffany Robinson had one kill.
In set two, Nolan had three service points and one kill while Johnson had two service points and Dubose had a kill and one service point.
Robinson added one kill and Busby had one ace while Samuel had one service point.
W.S. Neal 2, Flomaton 0
In set one against Flomaton, Nolan had one service point and Busby had two service points and one ace. Johnson finished with three service points, one ace and one kill while Dubose had an ace.
Robinson finished with four service points and one kill while Madison Winchester had one service point in the win.
In set two, Samuel led in the win with 12 service points including 10 to straight to end the game. Samuel had two aces in the run.
Winchester finished with two service points and Busby had one ace and one kill.
Dubose and Robinson had one kill each in the win.

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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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