Cumby, Sulphur Bluff put together impressive wins
From Staff Reports

Sept. 8, 2004 - The Cumby Lady Trojans and the Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears put together impressive wins in the respective volleyball matches last week.

The Lady Trojan varsity volleyball squad upped its record to 3-3 under head coach Ron Hogue.

The team beat Lone Oak in three straight games 25-20, 25-14, 25-20 Tuesday night, and had wins over Quinlan in five games 25-21, 15-25, 22-25, 25-7, 15-8 on Aug. 24.

Leading scorers in the Quinlan game were Christina Chambliss with 21 points and two aces, Meagan Strickland with 17 points and two aces, Mary Ugalde with 16 points and two aces. Erin Templeton finished with 25 points and three aces, Danny Baur with 14 points, and Scarlett Tarno with eight points.

Against Lone Oak, Ugalde led the way with 18 points and two aces, while Tarno had 14 points, three aces, 10 hits and four kills, Templeton finished with 14 points, one ace, six hits and one kill. Strickland had 12 points, two aces, 13 hits and eight kills, and Chambliss had 12 points.

The junior varsity had a tough game against Quinlan, but picked up their first win of the season against Lone Oak Tuesday night.

The JV lost to Quinlan 18-25, 9-25 as Jenna Deeds had eight points, Amber Hammons had seven points and one ace, and Morgan Lott had six points.

In the win against Lone Oak, Cumby lost the first game 19-25, but then won the final two games 25-19, 25-6. Leading scorers in the game were Veronica Hogue with 15 points, three aces, and two kills, Jennifer Herron with 12 points and one ace, and Hammons with nine points.

The junior varsity is 1-5 on the season.

Sulphur Bluff d. Yantis

The Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears defeated Yantis in five games Tuesday night 23-25, 25-17, 25-22, 20-25, and 15-9 in the deciding game at Yantis High School.

Sulphur Bluff's Jill Jaggers led the way with nine aces and eight assists, while Ashley Pettit had 11 kills, three blocks and one assist, while Jennifer McDonald had eight kills, five aces and one block in the contest.

Jami Jaye also had three digs, one assist and two aces in the win, while Tara Williams had two aces for the Lady Bears.

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