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FCS hitter Alycia Long

Station Camp tops FCS
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian's volleyball team dropped the 2016 season opener to Class AAA Station Camp 3-1 at the Bay Family Sportsplex.
Game scores: 25-21, 16-25, 15-25 and 19-25.
Alycia Long had 11 kills and a block while Morgan Vallett finished with 11 kills and 13 digs.
Cameron Burton dished out 21 assists and recorded six digs while Libby Nave fired in two aces and had 15 digs.
Bailey Bryant had two aces and 10 digs.
The Lady Commanders travel to Zion Christian Academy in Columbia Thursday and will compete in the Bulldog Bash at the Franklin Field House this weekend.

MJ sweeps McGavock
MT. JULIET -- Tavie Bell ripped home 13 kills and served three aces Monday night as Mt. Juliet High swept McGavock 3-0 in the opening match of the 2016 volleyball season.
Game scores: 25-16, 25-17 and 25-22.
SaraGrace Wilson accounted for 22 digs while Ashlynn Rudzinski and Amber Ehrhart each had 19 assists.
Cassidy Harris paced ther Lady Bears with six blocks.
Mt. Juliet returns to action Friday at 6:30 p.m., taking on David Lipscomb in the opening round of the Bulldog Bash at the Franklin Field House.

Wilson Central sweeps TCHS
HARTSVILLE -- Wilson Central High's volleyball team opened the season with a 3-0 win Monday evening at Trousdale County High, the first victory for new coach Jessamyn Bradley.
Game scores: 25-19, 25-11 and 25-20.
Freshman setter Emilee McDonald recorded seven aces and 16 assists while senior middle blocker Shelby Coombes led in kills with six.
The Lady Wildcats will be back in action Thursday, Aug. 19 at Pope John Paul II in Gallatin.

Watertown wins twice Monday
WESTMORELAND -- Watertown's volleyball team opened the season with a pair of wins Monday in a tri-match at Westmoreland High.
The Lady Tigers won the opener in two sets over Westmoreland 25-22 and 25-16.
Brenna Luttrell had four kills while Alaina Johnson and Dakayla Cherry each had two.
Bailey Griffin and Allie Poston each had three blocks.
Griffin finished with four service aces and Emily Woodson had eight digs.
The second game of the evening found Watertown downing Gallatin in straight sets 25-20 and 25-18.
Luttrell finished with seven kills. Griffin, Poston, Johnson and Woodson each had three.
Poston recorded four blocks and Woodson had 15 digs.
Watertown is scheduled to host Trousdale County High Thursday, Aug. 18 in a 5:30 p.m. match.

BOYS GOLF -- Tigers top Westmoreland
MT. JULIET -- Watertown's golf team notched a 199-227 win over Westmoreland High Monday afternoon at Windtree Golf Course.
Jack Mitchell led the Purple Tigers with a 41 while Mason Malone carded a 53 aand Mason Rowland was one stroke back at 54.
Elijah Williams shot a 59, Payton Lamberson, Zack Johnson and C.J. Freeman each shot 52.

SOCCER -- WCHS ties Riverdale
MURFREESBORO -- Wilson Central opened the 2016 season with a 1-1 tie at Riverdale High School.
Down 1-0 at intermission, the Lady Wildcats evened the score in the 78th minute with a goal off the foot of Suzanne Johnson with an assist from Emma Brewer. Lady Wildcat keeper Dottie McSpadden recorded six saves.
"We were the dominant team most of the match," said Central coach Jeff Loucks, "we just couldn't get one past their keeper.
"We made a mistake in the 32nd minute, got caught out of position, and paid for it. It was a good outcome, all things considered."
WCHS will be back in action Thursday, Aug. 18 at Forrest High School in Chapel Hill.

SOCCER - MJ blanks Hume Fogg
MT. JULIET -- Five different Lady Bears scored goals in Monday's 5-0 home win over Hume Fogg Magnet.
Goals were scored by Brooklynn Butler, Ally Cole, Summer Ellmore, Jenna Rehm and Karah Sharp.
Assists came from Maya Bender, Maddie Bohannon, Britt Ellmore and Sharp.
Mt. Juliet's sophomore goal keeper Haleigh Walker recorded a shutout.

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