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Ellie Cobb had 15 kills and Myra Kariuki added 15 digs and nine kills to lead Virginia High to a 25-17, 25-21, 22-25, 25-14 out-of-district win over Abingdon Thursday night at Bearcat Den .

Aidan James had 15 digs and also got contributions from Charli Carpenter.

Riley Cvetkovski led Abingdon with 24 digs. Gracie Statzer (12 kills, 10 assists, nine digs), Ella Woods (seven kills) and Ella Kiser (13 kills, 13 digs, five kills) also produced for the Falcons.

East Sullivan 3, Unicoi County 0

Jenna Hare had 11 kills and seven digs and Meghan Johnson and Hannah Hodge each had seven kills in the Patriots’ 25-6, 25-17, 25-23 league win over the Blue Devils.

Kyndi Hodge dished out 27 assists, while Kylie Hurley had 14 digs for the Patriots. Hannah Hodge also had 12 recoveries and Carly Bradford added 10 for the Patriots.

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West Ridge 3, Daniel Boone 0

Rylie Haynie had 12 kills and Faith Wilson dished out 35 assists and had 13 digs to lead Wolves to a 25-13, 25-20, 25-23 non-conference win over the Trailblazers.

Casey Wampler had eight kills and 10 digs, Madison Haynie contributed seven kills and Parker Fischer had five kills for Wolves. Laynie Joyner added 17 digs and Kari Wilson had 16 in the win.

Chilhowie 3, Fort Chiswell 0

Josie Sheets went on a big week, recording 11 kills, 10 assists, eight digs, five aces and two blocks to lift the Warriors past the Pioneers.

Hannah Goodwin (10 kills, five digs), Chloe Adams (15 assists, 12 digs, three kills) and Ana Luttrell (9 digs) also contributed for the Warriors (3-2).

Fort Chiswell was paced by Brianna Cody with eight kills and 20 assists and six digs from Chloe Patton.

Union 3, Wise Country Central 0

Brooke Bailey dished out 31 assists and also had seven digs and three kills, and Isabella Blagg had 14 kills and eight digs to lead the Bears to a 25-17, 25-16, 25-19 Mountain 7 win. District against the Warriors.

Gracie Gibson (12 digs), Jordan Shuler (11 digs, seven kills), Gracy McKinney (eight digs) and Shay Henderson (eight kills, seven kills) helped Union move to 13-1, including a mark of 2-0 district.

Wise County Central (5-3, 1-1) was led by Emmah McAmis (13 digs, 11 kills), Abbie Jordan (seven digs, five kills), Sophie Fleming (14 digs) and Emilee Mullins (21 assists). , six recoveries). ). The Warriors won the junior college game, 2-0.

Tennessee High 3, Elizabethton 0

Madison Blair had 10 digs and nine kills and Marley Jones contributed five blocks and four kills to lead the Vikings to a 25-8, 25-15, 25-16 conference victory at Elizabethton.

Ashton Blair (seven assists, seven digs, four kills, three aces), Sydnee Pendland (16 digs), Sophie Meade (five kills) and Bree Adams (15 assists) were also key cogs for the Vikings.

Tennessee High (12-2, 6-0) heads to the Choo Choo Classic in Chattanooga on Saturday, with the Vikings taking on Red Bank, Chattanooga Christian and the Chattanooga Patriots.

Taylor Clay made a triumphant comeback from a knee injury she suffered during the basketball season, finishing with 11 kills and four aces as the Eastside Spartans cruised to a 25-17, 25-19 victory , 25-23 against the Holston Cavaliers.

Braelyn Hall’s 23 assists and four aces, Reagan McCoy’s five kills and Emma Sartin’s five kills were also key.

Holston had nine aces, seven kills from Maddie Bowers and seven assists from Lucy Reid.

JI Burton cruised to a 25-18, 25-12, 25-12 win over Grundy as the Raiders got revenge for last week’s loss to the Golden Wave.

Jessi Looney (nine digs, four kills), Lilly Porter (eight assists) and Maggie Viers (13 digs) led Grundy.

Sydney Carter and Michela Snodgrass each managed 10 decisive wins as Northwood took a 25-12, 25-16, 25-15 out-of-district win over the Council Cobras.

Carter also had four aces and seven assists, while Olivia Briggs worked her way to 16 digs.

Madison Sutherland was on points from the service line (13 aces) and Karly Maxfield did the same as a setter (20 assists) as the Castlewood Blue Devils posted a 25-11, 25-20 out-of-district win , 25-14 against the Hurley Rebels.

Anna Summers (nine kills, six aces), Macee Lasley (five kills, five blocks) and Shea Phillips (eight assists, five kills) also played exceptionally well.

Thomas Walker 3, twin springs 1

Ryleigh Gillenwater had 20 digs, 13 kills and seven aces and Gracin Herron added eight kills for the Titans in a 25-22, 16-25, 25-23, 26-24 Cumberland District loss to the Pioneers.

Maty Presnell had 27 assists for Twin Springs.

Jasmine Faulkner had four kills and six service points and Hannah Repass had seven assists in the Maroons’ 25-19, 25-18, 25-21 Mountain Empire District loss to the Eagles.

McKenzie Tate had 12 digs, Samara Sheffey added 10 and Haley Faulkner had six assists for the Maroons (3-6).

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