Lady Indians accumulating more wins

Published 12:38 pm Saturday, October 7, 2017

by Amy Davis

The Lady Indians added three victories over the past week and a half. The varsity team defeated Surry (25-7, 25-14, 25-11) in straight sets on Sept. 21; Appomatox Regional Governors School (25-7, 25-7, 25-5) in straight sets on Sept. 26; and Brunswick (25-14, 25-9, 25-7) in straight sets on Sept. 28. The JV team added two victories, defeating both Surry (25-9, 25-9) and Brunswick (25-6 & 25-6). AGRS does not have a JV team.

JV standouts for the Surry game and Brunswick game include:

  • Brunswick — Ayanna Bell with four aces, two kills, and one block; Kinna Magette had 10 assists; and Shea Lindsey had one ace and seven kills. Mary Katherine Cobb also had a standout serving game, she severed 10 straight racking up two aces.

Varsity standouts include:

  • Surry — Emma McClelland had three aces and three kills; Maddie Simmons had two kills; Madeline Burgess served 11 for 11; Jamey Bunn had six aces and 13 assists; and Emma Drake had nine kills and one block.
  • ARGS — Jamey Bunn had nine assists and one kill; Amani Gary had five kills; Emma Drake had three aces and six kills; and Ashlyn Edwards 12 assists.
  • Brunswick — Ashlyn Edwards had 13 assists and three kills; Emma Drake had four aces and nine kills; Amani Gary had three aces and two kills; and Hannah Bradshaw had one ace and eight kills.

We are putting up impressive stats at a team but all the assists and kills are made possible by incredible passing from Jacey Bunn, Madeline Burgess, and Madison Wright.

All three hustle and give 100 percent to put up perfect passes and put us in the position we are in to get the big kills.

This past week we had a bye on Tuesday and hosted our Dig Pink Game versus Windsor on Thursday. JV began play at 5:30 followed by the varsity matchup. The girls are working hard to raise money to donate to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation.