Adairsville volleyball sweeps Woodland, Temple


Adairsville volleyball took wins over Woodland and Temple Thursday night while Woodland lost twice in action at Adairsville High School.

Lady Tigers’ head coach Kaylie Vaughn Martin picked up her 50th and 51st career victories as Adairsville defeated Temple 25-20, 25-15 and topped visiting Woodland 25-14, 25-12.

Woodland also fell in three sets to Temple.

In Adairsville’s win over Temple, Addie Pearson finished with four assists and three kills. Jenna Claire Hendley and Jordan Hartline also totaled three kills. Jayna Wilson contributed three blocks and three aces while Sherry Wells added a pair of digs.

In the Tigers victory over Woodland, Richlyn Blair served four aces. Wells had five digs. Hartline totaled four kills with Pearson and Wilson adding three kills each.

Woodland (0-4) returns to Adairsville Saturday for the Welcome to the Jungle Invitational. The Tigers, now 2-0, will also host Kell, Paulding County, Sonoraville, Pickens, Southeast Whitfield, and Temple in the tournament.


WOODLAND DROPS SEASON OPENING MATCHES

The Lady Cats dropped a pair of matches Tuesday in Canton, falling to Creekview 25-20, 25-13 and Cherokee 25-12, 25-11.

In the loss to Creekview, Madison West had two kills, four blocks, and an ace for the Lady Cats. Kendall Condon finished with five assists, three digs, and an ace. Anastyn Jones contributed two kills, three digs, and one ace. Kailynn Mullinax totaled three digs, one kill, one block, and three aces while Lili Womack added six digs and one ace.

In the loss to Cherokee, Madison West had two kills, one block, and one dig. Kendall Condon produced two assists, two digs, and one kill as Allie Southern finished with three digs.

“We should have been more competitive and had a better chance to win against Creekview,” said Woodland coach David Condon. “We let our lack of mental toughness show in that match. We played better against Cherokee, but they were a more solid team.”

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