Westbrook hangs with Sand Rock, sweeps Brindlee Mountain


Photo: Westbrook Christian’s Landri Lipscomb (right) spikes the ball toward a Gaston defender during the Lady Warriors’ match victory in high school volleyball on September 21 in Rainbow City. (Chris McCarthy/Messenger) 

Westbrook Christian fell to Sand Rock, 13-25, 23-25, 25-16, 21-25, in a Class 2A, Area 12 volleyball match last Tuesday (Sept. 28) in Rainbow City.
“We fought very hard,” said Westbrook head coach Denise Mattison. “This was the first time in a while that we took a set from sand Rock. We can compete, and that’s what I’m trying to do here – change the culture of volleyball at Westbrook!”
For the Lady Warriors (10-7, 1-3), Brielle Wood had 22 assists, 18 digs, seven kills and four aces; Raegan Harrell had 11 kills and six digs; Raylee Neal had 12 digs and six assists; Bella Millirons had eight digs, four kills and three blocks; Kenna Stephens had five digs, two kills and two blocks; and Landri Lipscomb had four kills and three blocks.
On September 23, Westbrook swept Brindlee Mountain, 25-19, 25-16, 25-22. For the Lady Warriors, Wood had 19 assists, 10 kills and five digs; Millirons had nine digs, six kills and two aces; Lipscomb had six kills, three digs, two blocks and two aces; Harrell had six kills; and Taylor Meador had four kills.

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