Volleyball team gets off to a good start in 2009

 

The Clay County High volleyball team got off to a good start in the 2009 campaign, winning three of four matches in week one.

 

CCHS beat White County and Smith County by 3-1 scores, and topped Livingston Academy 3-2. The Lady Bulldogs fell to Red Boiling Springs 3-0. 

 

“Solid service games by all our players were a big part of the wins,” said CCHS coach Gary Strong. “Sarah Ogletree has played well at the net and in setting, which has allowed good hitting by Randi Strong, Casey Cooper and Kayla Kimes,” he said.

 

Teams must win two out of three games or three of five games to win a match. Games are played to 25 points and must be won by at least two points. 

 

 

Ogletree

Ogletree

Kimes

Kimes

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Sarah Ogletree (left) and Kayla Kimes were named the top volleyball players of the first week for CCHS. The award is sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance, Jack’s Quik Shop and Car Wash and Beauty Queen’s Boutique. (Photos courtesy CCHS)