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Cartersville volleyball wins two; Woodland earns five set victory

The volleyball teams at Cartersville and Woodland picked up non-region victories Tuesday night.

At the Cartersville Storm Center, the Lady Canes beat Villa Rica 25-16, 25-16 and downed Coosa 25-4, 25-11.

At Woodland, the Lady Cats defeated Paulding County in five sets: 27-25, 25-19, 20-25, 15-25, and 16-14.

In Cartersville’s wins over Villa Rica and Coosa, Lauren Lawson racked up 17 kills. Ailee England totaled 11 kills, six aces, and nine digs. Lily Gochee contributed 32 assists, eight digs, two blocks, and a pair of aces. Mia Nicklas finished with 11 digs and two assists. Tennessee Abernathy had six service aces, three blocks, and two digs. London Moultrie added four kills, two digs, and one block. Abby Allen posted six digs with four aces and Mason Cline tallied three blocks.

Coosa dropped to 0-4 for the season and Villa Rica fell to 3-1.

Cartersville (2-0) returns to action next Tuesday at home against Pepperell and Sonoraville.


Woodland was scheduled to host Rockmart and Paulding County Tuesday night, but the cancelation of Polk County Schools forced the Yellow Jackets to cancel.

In response, Woodland and Paulding County played a best of five sets match that went down to the wire.

Woodland took the first two sets 27-25 and 25-19 before the visiting Patriots won sets three and four, 25-20 and 25-15. The Wildcats then bounced back in the final set to win 16-14 to take the match victory.

“We played really hard the entire evening,” said Lady Cats head coach David Condon. “The girls didn’t give up, particularly in that final set. Tonight was very encouraging moving forward.”

Lili Womack had eight digs and four assists. Delaney Tuplin contributed ten kills, one ace, and one block. Anastyn Jones finished with 12 aces, seven kills, and two digs. Kendall Condon had 18 assists and ten digs. Kaitlyn Mullinax totaled five digs, three kills, two aces, two assists, and one block while Madison West added eight kills, four aces, and four digs.

Paulding County slipped to 0-3 with the loss.

Woodland (1-3) travels to Gordon Central Thursday where the Lady Cats will also square off with Adairsville.


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