Pictured are members of the Dayton City School volleyball team during their match on Monday, where DCS won in three sets. In the photo, Dayton City’s No. 10 Ashton Hill awaits the ball to set for her teammates. Looking on and ready to assist are No. 3 Delaney Smith and No. 11 Hailey Galvan. Hill scored 19 serving points on the night to lead the Lady Sweatbees.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013Author: Ernie Harris
(Last modified: 2013-02-26 16:24:03)
Source: The Herald-News
The Rhea Central Elementary School [RCES] Lady Yellow Jackets’ volleyball team went into Monday’s game against Dayton City School [DCS] with hopes of avenging the Feb. 7 setback to the Lady Sweatbees, but to no avail as DCS won the set in three games.
DCS coach Kristin Green lauded her team’s determination to overcome the first game loss.
“After the game one loss, the team played with a lot of determination in the second game,” Green said. “They fought for it and played well as a team. It was a great team win. Ashton and Ansley Hill did a good job serving for us, and Delaney Smith showed a lot of hustle with some great digs.”
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