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Carvers Bay volleyball loses to Johnsonville

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Maggie Marsh

Carvers Bay's Maggie Marsh had a perfect serving night against Johnsonville on Oct. 18 with 25 good serves. 

The Carvers Bay volleyball team returned to action on Oct. 18, and lost a hard-fought match 3-1 to Johnsonville.

The loss means the Lady Bears are battling Andrews for second place in Region VII-AA instead of for a region title.

After schools were closed for more than a week due to Hurricane Matthew, the Lady Bears only had a few hours of practice spread over two days before the match.

“They were dragging,” Coach Kimberly Baker said. “They could not move after they started practicing. … I told them they had to fight it out.”

The teams combined for 163 points in the four sets, with Johnsonville outscoring Carvers Bay 97-86.

Maggie Marsh sparked the Carvers Bay offense, going 25-for-25 on serves. She also had eight assists.

Kinsey Cannon

Carvers Bay's Kinsey Cannon had six kills against Johnsonville on Oct. 18. Cannon also had 10 digs.

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Kinsey Cannon had 10 digs, six kills and four aces; Sarah Woodberry had 10 digs; Dalyn Baker had eight assists; Eriel Weston had six kills; Michaela Dennis had three kills; Anna Grace McLean had two kills; and Blakeley Elliott had two aces.

Around the county

Andrews lost a five-set match to Johnsonville on Oct. 19.

The Lady Flashes won 22-25, 25-12, 25-12, 14-25 and 15-10.

Lady Yellow Jackets Jarod Soucie said senior Carrie Bearfield was the "star" on senior night, setting a perfect fourth set to force a deciding fifth set.

Carlynn Harper had 32 digs and 19 kills; Brooklyn Brewington had 22 kills and nine blocks; and Logan Owens had 11 kills and 20 digs.

Waccamaw stayed perfect in Region VI-AAA with a sweep of Lake City on Oct. 18.

The Lady Warriors won 25-6, 25-10 and 25-19.

Anne Thomas Surratt had seven kills and eight aces; Grace Mann had six aces; Savanna Morris had six kills; and Reagan bass had four aces.

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