C-P, MG both fall in district matches
From Staff Reports

Sept. 29, 2004 - Neither Miller Grove nor Como-Pickton could come out of their respective district matches with a win Tuesday night.

MILLER GROVE - Natalie and BriAnne Bailey had four kills each, but Miller Grove lost in three games to District 19-A favorite Quinlan Boles, 25-20, 255-17, 25-7.

Peyton Ward and Leslie Wagley each had five service points for the Lady Hornets (1-1 in district). Wagley added four assists and a team-high six digs. Samantha Petty led the team in assists with seven while contributing four digs.

Callie Smith recorded four points and two kills, Hayli Gannon had two points and Jaime Hayes added three digs and a kills.

"Boles is a good team," said MG head coach Sara Garmon. "They get their ball to the setter better than anyone we have seen so far. That's one thing we couldn't do last night.

"We've had a few injuries here lately, so we are adjusting to the changes we have to make. Now, we have got our whole team back so things are looking up."

Lone Oak def. Como-Pickton

COMO - The Como-Pickton Lady Eagles lost in five games to the Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes during volleyball Parent Night, 25-13, 16-25, 25-21, 16-25, 4-15.

Coach Tammy Carrell's team is now 0-3 in District 17-2A play and will host top-ranked Quitman Lady Bulldogs Friday night at home.

Kelli Harmon led the Lady Eagles with 17 points, two kills and a dink, while Ashley Mowat had 11 points, one kill and three dinks. Liz Melton had seven points, two kills and one dinks, while Martha Vellenga had six points and five kills in the contest.

Rounding out the team scoring was Kayla Smith with five points and two kills, and Nicole Delude's four points and four kills. Mary Jo Sandate had one point and six kills for the Lady Eagles.

Carrell said the offensive players of the game were Vellenga and Sandate, the hustle award went to Smith, and the player of the game was Harmon.

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