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ACS Volleyball gets first win

Published 8:35pm Monday, September 10, 2012

Atmore Christian School won its first conference match of the year over East Hill in three straight sets this past Tuesday. They won the first set 25-12, the second set with a resounding 25-1, and the final set by a score of 25-14.

Senior Narisa Wiggins led the way with 15 ace serves. Another senior, Aimee Jurjevich, provided nine ace serves. Freshman outside hitter Kelsey Baker came off the bench to give the team five ace serves.

Junior Charity Hall had 6 kills, and freshman Brianna Pearson chipped in 5 kills as well. Senior setter Jacinda Stahly had 12 assists.

“As a whole we played well as a team. The second set in particular, we were able to attack on every possession,” head coach Michelle Yoder said.

In Friday afternoon’s match against Trinitas School, the junior varsity team won easily in two straight sets. Kelsey Baker led the way with 13 ace serves, while Bailey Spann contributed 10 ace serves. The team won the first set by a score of 25-11 and the second set 25-12.

The varsity followed and won a close first set by a score of 26-24. Narisa Wiggins had three ace serves and a kill. More important, her last two ace serves proved to be the difference in the set. Aimee Jurjevich also had three ace serves and a kill in the first set.

Friday’s matches got off to a late start. Midway through the second set, the Lady Rams led 12-11. Jurjevich led the way with five ace serves midway through the second set.

The Lady Rams next match will be Tuesday Sept. 11 at home against Aletheia Christian Academy. The JV match starts at 4:30 p.m. with the Varsity match to follow at 5:30 p.m.

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