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Volleyball roundup: Enterprise defeats Prattville

Volleyball roundup: Enterprise defeats Prattville

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Enterprise defeated Prattville 25-9, 25-5, 25-19 in Class 7A, Area 3 varsity volleyball action on Tuesday.

Sammie Neuwien had six aces and 18 assists, Taylor Danford had three aces, nine kills and two digs and Heather Holtz had two aces, 12 assists and two digs. Hannah Chang had nine kills. Lily Rhoades had nine kills and two aces. Zationna Horne had two blocks.

Enterprise won the JV match 25-11, 25-13 as Karis Snell had six aces and two digs, Ella Little had four aces and four assists and Morgan Formosa had three aces. Riley Stewart and Alivia Freeman each had three kills. Freeman had two blocks. Mary Ellen Morris had three digs.

Rehobeth wins: The Rebels beat Houston County 25-11, 25-15, 25-7.

Helen Williamson had eight aces, 12 kills, two blocks and three digs and Jaci Parker had two aces, seven kills and four digs. Emma Arnold had three blocks, one ace, five kills and three digs, Kerigan Freeman had one ace, four kills, one block and two digs. Adriana Delgado had two aces, one kill and two digs. Peyton Hartigan had one ace, 30 assists and two kills and Jenna Hixson had one ace and three kills. Allie Bedsole had four kills and McKenna Linder two kills and six digs.

Rehobeth won the JV match 25-8, 25-7. Emmerson Trotter had seven assists, Carolyn Paulk had four kills, Annalee Walker nine aces, Emma Davis eight aces, Kryslin Lane three aces and two kills and Alana Andrews five aces.

Eufaula defeated: Russell County defeated Eufaula 20-25, 25-19, 25-18, 15-25, 15-12.

For the Tigers, Fantasia Jackson had 19 assists and four digs, Breanna Paige had nine kills, Jordan Ward had seven kills and Breanna Kline had four aces.

Eufaula won the JV match 25-18, 25-13 as Zanterria Lasseter had six kills, three aces and two assists, Arianna Turner had six kills and five aces and Maddie Dowling had seven assists and one ace.

Slocomb downs Samson: Slocomb defeated Samson 25-15, 25-22, 25-12.

For Slocomb, Lainee Thomas had six aces, seven digs and 22 assists, Chesnee Aplin had four kills and four digs, Shelba Hagler had three aces and eight kills, Adrianna Knox had six kills and three blocks and Abigail Goodman had two kills and eight digs.

For Samson, Caylee Johnson had three kills, Makayla Phillips three digs and Savannah Logan and Alli Brooke Godwin had one block each.

Houston Academy sweeps Dothan: Houston Academy swept Dothan 25-19, 25-20, 25-10.

For  Houston Academy, Mary Suzan Aman had 14 kills and two blocks, Rachel Watson had seven kills and two digs and Abby Caldwell earned 28 assists, four aces, three digs and two kills. Tylaya Lingo had five kills and Carryne Chancey four kills. Chancey also had two digs. Onika Sukoff had seven digs, Melisa Man four digs and Jaylee Strickland had two kills and two digs.

For Dothan, Zaele Curry had two aces, six digs and three blocks, Hadley Williams had three aces, two digs and two assists, AnnaKay Karabin had two blocks, Kamri White had three kills and Mattie Dodson had 11 digs.

Wicksburg edges Northside Methodist: Wicksburg won a tough five set match against Northside Methodist 25-20, 23-25, 26-24, 21-25, 15-11.

For Wicksburg, Sue Ellen King had nine kills and five blocks, Ella Grace Kelley eight kills and three aces and Ashton White five aces, two kills and 12 assists. Also for the Panthers, Bella Hicks had five kills, five blocks, two aces and 12 assists and Saylah King had eight digs and two blocks.

For Northside Methodist, Mary Dennis had 10 kills, Kayden Williams five kills, three aces and two blocks and Ellie Williams had three kills and 13 assists. Layna Grooms had seven kills and Joleigh Parmer 10 assists.

Ashford downs Dale County: After losing the first set, Ashford rallied for a 22-25, 25-16, 25-18, 25-16 win over Dale County in a Class 4A, Area 2 contest.

Emma Helms earned seven kills, six aces, 28 assists and four blocks and Molly Carson Ingram had five aces, four kills, three blocks and three digs to lead Ashford. Katelynn Money delivered 14 kills, seven aces and six digs and Amiyah Lewis had 14 kills and 11 digs. Ezra Rice added three kills and 15 digs and Shelby Pate had two aces and three digs.

Geneva falls to Straughn: Geneva lost a Class 4A, Area 2 match to Straughn, 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-23.

Emma Griffin earned 17 kills, two aces, two blocks and 13 digs, while Za’Liyah Kemmerlin had three kills and three blocks and Riley Beckerich had three aces. Also for Geneva, Cheyenne Hammock had 21 assists and RayAnna Ausley had 16 digs and three kills. Ella Dale had 11 digs and Aubree Lamb 10 digs.

Goshen falls to Highland Home: Goshen couldn’t hold on against Highland Home as the Flying Squadron rallied for a 25-14, 21-25, 18-25, 25-12, 15-12 win.

For Goshen, Tori Keller had five kills, three aces and 16 kills and Kaci Wilkes had nine kills, three aces and three digs. Mikala Mallard earned seven kills and two blocks and Emily Hussey had 17 digs.

Opp downs New Brockton: Opp defeated New Brockton 21-25, 26-24, 25-21, 25-12 in a Class 3A, Area 4 contest.

Alli Butler had seven kills, six aces and three digs and Brittany Strickland had eight aces and four digs for Opp. Cuba Wiggins and Taylor Osborn both had five kills and Wiggins added six digs. Falen Davis had three blocks and two kills, Brooke Mosley 13 assists and four digs and Megan Pinson six digs.

Geneva County defeats Abbeville: Geneva County defeated Abbeville 25-12, 25-22, 25-8 in a Class 2A, Area 2 contest.

Hailey Archer had six aces, five kills, 18 assists and two digs and Anri Davis had eight kills, six aces and four digs. Also for GCHS, Bailey Habbard had four aces, four kills, three assists and three digs, Daylynn Long had three aces, three kills and three digs and Hannah Beasley had five kills and three blocks. Elizabeth Reynolds had four kills, two aces and two blocks.

Barbour County falls: The Jaguars lost to Pike County 25-9, 25-19, 21-25, 25-14.

For Barbour County, Aaliyah Peterson had 11 service points and three aces, Gabby Merrill had seven service points and one ace and Zoi Grubbs had seven service points, one ace and two blocks.

Pike Lib wins: Pike Liberal Arts defeated Crenshaw Christian 26-24, 25-19, 20-25, 25-23.

Allie Rushing had seven aces and four assists, Mikalah Griffin had nine kills and five aces. Emily Bryan had six aces and three kills, while Emma Baker had four kills and Addie Renfroe had 15 assists.


HA wins: Houston Academy defeated Dothan 25-8, 25-12 in JV action.

Avery Havas had three aces, one dig and two kills, Molly Rutland had two aces and nine assists, Kaleigh Heard had four aces and one kill, Haley Trawick had five kills and one ace and Kenza Bilbeisa had one ace and one kill.

For Dothan, Aaliyah Taylor had two blocks and two digs, Kanyilah Thomas had two blocks and a kill and Lindsey Bright had one assist and one dig for Dothan.

Northside Methodist sweeps Wicksburg: Northside Methodist swept Wicksburg 25-15, 25-19.

Karleigh Mills delivered seven aces, while Anna Griggs and Dana Cool both had four kills and Griggs also had five assists. Makalyn Gainey had two kills and Lillian Slaick two kills.

For Wicksburg, Emily Fells had an ace and a kill and both Ellie Cox and Abbie Ellenburg had an ace.

Ashford drops match to Dale County: Ashford fell to Dale County 26-24, 25-12.

Camden McArdle had five aces and three digs and Ella Helms had 15 assists, two kills and two digs. Jalissiah Jackson and Sara Brooke Cochran both had four kills.

Samson falls to Slocomb: Samson lost to Slocomb 26-28, 25-20, 15-12.

Holly Warren had six aces, Jemma Crocker four kills and Aubrie Mock four assists for Samson.

Junior High/Middle School

Opp sweeps New Brockton: Opp swept New Brockton 26-24, 25-13, improving to 6-4 on the season.

Rylie Kate Thrash had 11 aces and two assists, Carreline Spears four aces and Braleigh Nall three aces to lead Opp.

Headland wins two: Headland Middle School defeated South Dale 25-16, 25-22 and D.A. Smith 25-14, 25-15.

Joli Johnson had 12 aces and 12 kills on the day and Kiley Jenkins had eight aces, four kills, four blocks and two digs. Carrigan Blaha had five aces and five assists, while Layla Godwin had four kills and Kiley Taylor four assists. Kacy Mayhew had three digs and Taylor Gilbert two aces.

Late Monday

Emmanuel wins thriller over ACA: Emmanuel Christian beat Abbeville Christian in five sets, taking the decisive last one in extra time. The Warriors won 25-21, 24-26, 10-25, 25-22, 17-15.

Emma Gurman had four aces, six kill and two blocks, Katie Wheeler six assists and Katie Butler four kills and two blocks. Schelby Caldwell had four kills, Kelsey Sammons three kills and Ella Rodgers four assists and two kills.

Pike Lib falls to Chambers: Pike Liberal Arts lost to Chambers Academy 25-21, 25-19, 25-13.

Mikalah Griffin had four aces, six kills and three blocks, while Ella Baker had 16 assists and Addie Renfroe 14 assists. Emily Bryan had two aces, two kills and two blocks.

Junior Varsity

Emmanuel downs ACA: Emmanuel Christian beat Abbeville Christian 25-18, 25-15.

Ansley Reed had four aces and three assists, Kayln Brown two kills and a block and Cheyanne Redmond two aces to lead the way for ECS. Emma Brannon and Maddy Hall both added one ace, Lizzie Stewart one kill and one block and Maddie Williams one kill.

Junior High

Headland Middle wins two: Headland Middle School defeated Russell County 25-12, 25-16 and Admiral Moorer Middle School 25-7, 25-12.

In the win over Russell County, Carrigan Blaha had five aces and nine assists, Joli Johnson had five aces and two kills and Layla Goodwin four aces and two kills to lead Headland. Kittrell Quinlivan added two aces and three kills and Kiley Jenkins earned four kills.

Against Admiral Moorer, Anna Blankenship had two aces, three kills and two blocks, Quinlivan had five kills and two aces and Goodwin two kills, four blocks and an ace. Jenkins added two kills.


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