GALLATIN — Wilson Central dropped its District 9-AAA opener Tuesday 17-25, 21-25, 25-15, 25-15, 15-7 at Station Camp.
Megan Belcher supplied 16 digs, four kills, three assists, an ace and a block for the Lady Wildcats while Taylor Tucker totaled seven digs, seven kills, two aces and a block; Kendal Tomlin 36 digs, three aces and a kill; Jordan Fitzgerald 29 assists, four digs and three aces; Delaney McCorkle 16 kills, six digs and two aces; Averi Usher nine kills and eight digs and Sara Wright four digs and four kills as Central slipped to 4-6 for the season.
Station Camp also won the junior-varsity match 25-23, 25-27, 15-8.
Central will travel to Friendship Christian’s Bay Family Sportsplex today for a 5 p.m. match before the Lady Wildcats play host to district rival Lebanon 24 hours later.
Friendship tops Lancaster
SMYRNA — Friendship Christian defeated host Lancaster Christian 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-22 Tuesday.
Autumn Josey led the Lady Commanders with 18 assists, 10 digs, eight kills and two aces while Libby Nave notched 22 digs and four aces, Savannah Robinson 11 kills and six aces and Madeline Holton 11 kills.
Friendship will play host to Wilson Central at 5 p.m. today at the Charlie Bay Family Sportsplex.
Lady Bears open 9-AAA action with 3-0 win
GALLATIN — Mt. Juliet opened District 9-AAA play Tuesday with a 25-18, 25-11, 25-7 win over Gallatin.
Amber Erhart led the Lady Bears with 12 assists while Tavie Bell blasted eight kills, SaraGrace Wilson and Madison Matthews three aces apiece and Samantha Khoury three digs as Mt. Juliet moved to 6-3 for the season.
Mt. Juliet will remain in district action Thursday when the Lady Bears visit Portland for a 6 p.m. serveoff.
Watertown outlasts Lancaster
SMYRNA — Watertown prevailed over host Lancaster Christian 25-17, 25-15, 25-27, 17-25, 15-5 Monday.
Bailey Griffin supplied seven kills, four aces and three digs for the Tigerettes while Paige Mock produced 16 kills and nine aces, Emily Gleason 12 kills and two aces, Katie Dalton four kills and three aces, Allison Bouton four digs and an ace, Brandie Hill five kills and Victoria Foster a dig as Watertown improved to 3-2 going into Tuesday’s home tri-match against Red Boiling Springs and Middle Tennessee Christian.
Watertown will next play host to District 8-A rival Gordonsville at 5 p.m. Thursday.