The North Surry girls varsity volleyball team won its third consecutive match facing Reagan at home on Thursday, 3-2.
“Our play in the first and second sets tonight was the best we played all year. We were in the correct position and moving so we were able to run good offense and defend their attacks,” said Head Coach Shane Slate.
He said the Lady Hounds lost focus in the third set and missed some assignments. Reagan took advantage of the moment.
Slate said the team had to scramble in the fifth set to take the momentum, but in the win, overall made progress.
The Hounds won the first and second games, 25-17 and 25-14. Reagan won the third by a score of 25-22 and fourth 25-21. North Surry pulled out the final victory by winning the fifth game by a score of 16-14.
Malaya Johnson led in kills with 14 and blocks with six. Abby Golding led in digs registering 28 and serves recording 23/24 with four aces. Morgan Hawks led in assists recording 27.
North Surry’s record moves to 4-3. They are scheduled to play Mount Airy on Sept. 4 at home and Alleghany Sept. 5 away.