Middle School Volleyball: CVMS rallies past Rossville
The Chattanooga Valley Lady Eagles got a come-from-behind victory in the opening set this past Thursday night and rode the momentum to a sweep at Rossville.
CVMS trailed 14-7 in the first set, but came all the way back to tie things up at 22 apiece. An ace by libero Lexie Young would finally give the Lady Eagles a 25-23 win.
The in the second set, Chattanooga Valley stormed out to a 9-1 lead and never looked back as they finished off the match with a 2515 win.
Bailey Fowler had a big day with 13 kills, while Annabel Hill spiked home four. Koda O’Dell and Lexi Young had three kills apiece with Hannah Mason adding one. Young, O’Dell and Asia Silmon all had aces. O’Dell finished with two, while Young and Silmon had one each.
Erica Culberson had four aces, a dig and a kill for the Lady Bulldogs (1-8). Elliana Rodriguez recorded three aces and a kill. Elizabeth Bagley and McKensie Miller each had two aces and a kill. Ivey Stargel added an ace. BreeAnna Ledford had a kill and a dig and Meredith Shevlin chipped in with a pair of digs.
In the JV match, Chattanooga Valley earned another sweep, this one by scores of 2513 and 25-19.
Madyson Gamble had 10 unreturnable serves and two aces for the Lady Eagles, while Caitlyn Smolik and Alyssa Wooten also had two each.
Sarah Graham had five aces for Rossville, while Reece Waits and Bryanna Galindo each added one. Galindo and Rylee Waits also recorded one kill apiece.
CVMS falls to Ringgold
The varsity Lady Eagles dropped a three-set decision to Ringgold last Tuesday. CVMS won the opener, 25-19, but Ringgold would claim the final two sets, 25-23 and 2516, to win the thrilling contest.
Hill had seven kills. Fowler had five kills and four digs, while Paris Shelton had three kills, three aces and a dig. Young served up four aces. O’Dell had four digs and a kill, while Bekak Isbinski also had a kill.
Silmon collected three digs, while Mason and Madison Lennon had one each. Kaydence Johnson, along with Lennon and Silmon were standouts at the setter position.
In the JV match, Ringgold won in two sets, 25-20 and 25-22.
Molly Pickard had three aces for CVMS, followed by Wooten and Tia Maffett with two each. Brianna McQueen and Emily Ensley each finished with two digs, while Smolik and Sara Friar were standouts at setter.