The Crestwood seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams had decidedly different results across the past week. The seventh grade team went a combined 2-1 while the eighth grade team went 0-3, with …
The Crestwood seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams had decidedly different results across the past week. The seventh grade team went a combined 2-1 while the eighth grade team went 0-3, with contests coming against Windsor, Mayo and Hutsonville.
Crestwood vs. Hutsonville
The seventh grade team managed to beat Hutsonville in two sets on January 14th, winning 27-25 and 25-20. Kynlee Shanks tallied three aces in the contest. Samantha Kindred had a team-high five aces and one kill. Abby Puritt had four aces and three kills. Hailey Yantis had one ace and two kills.
The eighth grade team won its first set 25-21 but lost the last two sets to Hutsonville 25-21 and 27-25. Jami Wallace had three digs, two kills and one ace. Aubree Leader had three digs and one ace. Bella Asbury had two kills. Gracie Dyer had two aces. Samantha Kindred had eight aces. Hailey Yantis had three aces and one dig. Alaina Boren had one ace. Abby Pruitt had one ace.
Crestwood vs. Mayo
On January 13th, the seventh grade team lost its only contest of the week against Mayo, falling in three sets at 21-25, 25-19 and 25-16. Hailey Yantis led the team with three aces and two kills. Annie Pruitt had seven aces and one kill. Kynlee Shanks had six aces and one kill. Samantha Kindred had four aces. Abby Pruitt had two aces and one kill.
The eighth grade team fought hard, losing by a combined four points.
The Lady Eagles fell in the first set 26-24 while dropping an equally close second set 25-23.
Samantha Kindred had two aces. Gracie Dyer had four aces. Bella Asbury had three kills. Aubree Leader had two aces. Skylar Foote had four aces. Jami Wallace had three aces. Hailey Yantis had one ace.
Crestwood vs. Windsor
The seventh grade team kicked off its week on January 9th, at Windsor, winning its first set 25-19. The Lady Eagles used that momentum to win the second set as well at 25-16. The team was led by Abby Pruitt with seven service aces. Kynlee Shanks had two aces. Annie Pruitt had three aces. Hailey Yantis had four aces
The eighth grade team struggled in the first set against Windsor, falling 25-17.
The team was unable to overcome its early deficit, falling in the second set 25-20.
Samantha Kindred led the team with four aces. Gracie Dyer had two aces. Aubree Leader Bella Asbury and Jami Wallace each had three points. Hailey Yantis had three aces. Alaina Boren had one service ace.