Lady Indians cruise through another week
With half the normal rotation of teams within this geographical area over, the Northumberland Lady Indians Volleyball team kept up the incredible pace of this year’s play with two more wins last
Mary Kathryn Hall, teammates and fans have been all smiles and surprises this season with the Volleyball Team’s success.
week. On Tuesday, it was a three games to none win at Lancaster, and the same at Rappahannock on Thursday.
Tuesday’s scores were 25-17, 25-6 and 25-19.
Asked about lopsided second game score, Northumberland Coach Bonnie Swann said “Lauren Self (the second Indians server of the game) served 14 straight service points early. We jumped out to a big lead and played well after that.”
Mary Kathryn Hall had 12 kills, six service aces and two blocks in the three games. Haley Headley had nine kills, Hannah Walker had five kills, Katie Crowther and Julie Traylor both had three kills. Self had 10 assists to go with her second game of 14 service points. Connor Hailsip added tine digs.
Thursday at the noisy Rappahannock gym, the scores were 25-14 25-17, and 25-19.
“I played a lot of subs,” Swann said, “It was not our best game, but we played really well at the nets.”
Swann added that Rappahannock had some good serves in the match.
Hall had six kills and two blocks, Traylor and Crowther both had five kills, Crowther added six blocks. Headley and Walker both had three kills, Walker blocked two shots. Rebecca Daniel added three blocks.
Three more weeks are scheduled in the regular season before conference playoffs. All seven teams from the Northern Neck and Rappahannoock County High School. The top team will have a bye, while the other six teams will be playing at the sites of the higher seeded teams. The semifinals will be on Nov. 9 at Northumberland High School.