ROUNDUP: Tuscaloosa County Wins at Hillcrest

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ROUNDUP: Tuscaloosa County Wins at Hillcrest


Report, The Tuscaloosa News


TUSCALOOSA | The Tuscaloosa County volleyball team picked up a road win Tuesday by defeating Hillcrest in a Class 6A, Area 9 match.

TCHS won the first game 25-18. Hillcrest won the second game 25- 10. TCHS (4-10, 1-2) won the last two games, 25-19 and 25-22.

Alex Smith had 10 kills and four blocks for TCHS. Jesslyn McNutt had four kills and one ace. Emily Calhoun had four kills and one ace. Lauren Sevenish had 23 assists and two aces. Katie Lightfoot had seven digs and one ace.

Rachel Luiz had 23 assists, six kills, five blocks, five aces and four digs for Hillcrest (7-8, 1-2). Marrah Troutman had 15 assists. Ariel Minor had 15 kills, 13 blocks, five digs and five aces. Laine Shelton had 13 kills and 10 digs. Lyndsey Vaughn had 10 kills and 15 digs. Kim Mills had 10 digs.

Tuscaloosa County plays at Holy Spirit on Thursday. Hillcrest plays at Hueytown on Thursday.

Tuscaloosa Academy 3, Bessemer Academy 0

BESSEMER | The Tuscaloosa Academy volleyball team swept Bessemer Academy in a three-game match. …

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