Lebanon rolled to a 25-9, 25-10, 25-5 victory over visiting Gallatin in District 9-AAA volleyball Thursday.
Alex Britt led Lebanon with 13 kills, four aces, two digs, an assist and a block while Tatum Thompson totaled 22 assists, nine aces and six digs; Kelsey Yarbrough four kills and a block and Bri Clemmons 13 kills.
Lebanon also swept the junior-varsity match 25-10, 25-2.
Erin Arnold supplied six kills and four digs for the Lady Devils while Brooke Pickler pitched in with six assists and three digs, Taylor Black three assists and two kills and Kayla Rodrigues 15 aces.
Lebanon will play host to Trousdale County at 6 p.m. Monday. The JV will serve off at 5.
Central falls in four to Beech
GLADEVILLE — Wilson Central won the first game, but visiting Beech swept the Lady Wildcats the rest of the way in a 16-25, 25-14, 25-22, 25-22 in District 9-AAA volleyball Thursday.
Brittany Wiseman had 36 saves, three kills, an ace and an assist for the Lady Wildcats while Jordan Fitzgerald finished with 22 assists, six digs and three aces; Delaney McCorkle 17 digs, eight kills and two digs; Libby Trowbridge 15 kills, two blocks and a dig; Amy Trice 11 assists, nine digs and a kill; Cassie Bryant 11 digs, a kill and an ace; Averi Usher four kills, three digs and a block; Kristen Guethlein eight digs and four kills, Macy Wright six digs and an ace and Leslie Corn an assist as Central slipped to 8-6 for the season and 4-3 in the district.
Central won the junior-varsity match 25-21, 25-23.
The annual 16-team Fall Fling will begin a two-day run at Central with Watertown, Portland, Station Camp, White Station, Franklin, Hillwood, Northeast, Oakland, Franklin Road Academy, McGavock, LaVergne, Donelson Christian, Cookeville and Murfreesboro Central Magnet joining the host Lady Wildcats. The first matches will serve off at 4 p.m.
League-leading Lady Bears breeze past Hendersonville
MT. JULIET — District 9-AAA leader Mt. Juliet breezed past Hendersonville 25-7, 25-11, 25-10 Thursday.
Allyson Huffman had six digs and four aces for the Lady Bears while Halle Raines totaled 24 assists, Ryann Amity and Shelby Woodard nine kills apiece and Cassidy Harris four blocks as Mt. Juliet moved to 11-5 for the season and 7-0 in the district.
Mt. Juliet will step out of district Monday as the Lady Bears travel to McGavock for a 5:30 p.m. match. The junior-varsity will serve off at 4:30.
Watertown downs Jackson County, loses to Goodpasture
MADISON — Watertown swept Jackson County 25-18, 25-10 before losing in two to host Goodpasture 25-12, 25-8 Tuesday.
Against Jackson County, Paige Mock supplied six digs, three kills and an ace while Mary Holden had seven digs and five kills, Virginia Lea five digs and an ace, Katie Dalton a kill and Victoria Foster a dig.
Against Goodpasture, Holden finished with five dills, three digs and an ace while Foster supplied six digs, Mock two kills, Allison Bouton two digs, Brandie Hill and Emily Gleason a kill each and Dalton and Lea a dig apiece.
Goodpasture won the Class AA state championship last year before dropping down to A and replacing A champion Friendship Christian in Watertown's District 8-A.