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Mustangs down Rebels

East Lincoln split a volleyball match with county rival West Lincoln on Tuesday.
In varsity action, the Lady Mustangs beat the Rebels 3-0;29-27, 25-23, 25-23.
Standouts for East were Kassi Henry with 12 kills, three blocks, two roofs, two aces and five digs. Lauren Sharpe had 11 kills six aces, three blocks and one roof.
Krista Abernathy had 29 assists, two aces and four digs.
In JV action, the Lady Rebels remain undefeated in the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference with a 2-0;25-4, 25-11 victory over the Mustangs.
Ashley Workman had 11 points and two aces. Laura Barrett had six points, while Elle Tallent and Jordan Gantt both had four points.
Latisha Robinson had two kills.
“The girls are playing well together and I feel they are only going to get better,” West Lincoln JV coach Paula Jarrett said.
Wednesday, East Lincoln fell to defending 3A state champion Mooresville 3-0;25-11, 25-13, 25-14. Their record is now 8-3, 5-0 SP 1A/2A.
The JV Mustangs fell to Mooresville 2-0; 25-11, 25-11. Kendra Day had three aces, three kills and three digs.
Their record drops to 2-8, 1-3 on the season.

Lincolnton volleyball
Lincolnton split with South Point in Belmont Wednesday night.
The varsity team pitched a shutout 3-0; 25-19, 25-23, 25-16. Hannah Parker had 22 points, three aces, two blocks and two kills.
Jessie Cline had 16 points, one ace, one kill and four assists. Kendall Bradley had 12 points, two aces and 12 assists. Charlotte Clark had 11 points, one ace and five kills.
The JV Wolves fell 2-0; 17-25, 24-26. Morgan Wolf had 11 points and one ace.
Hannah Houk, Rachel Lanier and Brittney Morrow had seven points apiece.
The varsity team is now 5-4, 2-3 SP 1A/2A. The JV team is now 3-4, 2-2 1A/2A.

North Lincoln volleyball
The North Lincoln Lady Knights dropped a pair to Maiden Wednesday night.
In varsity action, the Lady Knights fell 3-0;25-18, 26-24, 25-17. Jenny Boyle had four assists, four aces and one kill.
Kayleigh Brown had four digs and one kill, while Chasity Morgan had five blocks, three kills and two aces.
In JV action, Maiden won 2-0; 25-19, 25-14. Ashley Thackeray had four kills and four blocks.
Other standouts were: Taylor Ewing who had three kills, three blocks and one ace. Erika Taylor who had five assists and one kill. Ashley Lenentine who had two blocks, one dig, one kill and one ace.
Samantha Krospki had seven digs.
The varsity Knights fall to 3-8, 3-2 SP 1A/2A, while the JV team falls to 5-5, 4-0 SP 1A/2A.
by John Mark Brooks

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