Dalzell -- Thomas Sumter Academy’s JV and varsity volleyball teams fell to The King’s Academy on Monday night on B..J. Reed Court in Edens Memorial Gym.
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Dalzell -- Thomas Sumter Academy’s JV and varsity volleyball teams fell to The King’s Academy on Monday night on B.J. Reed Court in Edens Memorial Gym.
Thomas Sumter Academy's JV team lost 2-1, after a thrilling second set forced a deciding third set. The Lady Generals trailed throughout the first set before battling back to tie TKA at 23-23. The Lions then won the next two points to take the set 25-23.
TSA flipped the script in the second set, leading throughout before the Lions made a run to close the gap to just 23-20. A timeout settled the Lady Generals, and they eventually won the set 25-22.
The Lions jumped out to a quick 6-2 lead in the 15-point third set before the Lady Generals battled back again, eventually cutting the deficit to just 13-12. The Lions again took the last two points to win the set 15-12, and the match 2-1.
Emily Holladay led the way offensively for the Lady Generals with four kills, and two aces. Emily Young added three kills, a block, and an ace, and Libby Gore added a kill, two aces, and an assist.
Thomas Sumter Academy’s varsity team was swept 3-0 by TKA for the second time this season. The Lions dominated the first and third sets, but barely scraped by in a competitive second set.
The Lady Generals fell behind 17-8 in the second set, and later 20-11 before winning 13 of the next 17 points to cut the deficit to 24-23. However, the Lions were able to prevent the Lady Generals comeback attempt, and came through with the winner to take the set 25-23.
TKA led the third set 10-1, and then sailed to a 25-7 victory.
Lindsey Daniel led the offensive attack with three kills and three aces. Logan Scruggs added five assists, and Karleigh Young notched two kills for the Lady Generals.
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