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Tuesday, September 03, 2013

TVS off to 3-0 start

The Twin Valley South volleyball team continued their winning ways.  With decisive wins over Stivers and league opponent - Bradford.  Stivers went down  25-11, 25-15, 25-22 and Bradford was  25-17, 25-16, 25-23. In the Stivers win, Paris Gruber lead the Lady Panthers with ten kills. Stats for the Bradford game: Taylor Kirkpatrick (17 assists), Paris Gruber (9 kills) and Caitlyn Meyers (7 kills),Gentry Gates 9 assists, Skyler Lain chipped in with two aces, ten digs and four kills, Abby Beneke stepped up with an ace, 11 digs and 6 kills, and finally Kaylee Johnson charted three aces and defensively turned in her strongest performance of the season thus far with 19 of 24 in serve reception and 16 digs.

Coach Roberts commented after the Bradford game,  "...that Taylor Kirkpatrick did a nice job tonight of spreading the wealth, giving everyone an opportunity to put the ball down.  And Paris Gruber and Caitlyn Meyers  then went on a "Pay it Forward" campaign of their own by taking those sets [from Kirkpatrick] and putting them away in the scoring column." She went on,  "Bradford did a nice job of attacking the ball all night. They have a very athletic young group that is finding it's volleyball prowess."

South heads into a more difficult part of their schedule playing Arcanum at home (ccc),Brookville(swbl),TCN(ccc), and National Trail at home(ccc).  All of these matches should be closely contested.