Westbrook setter reaches milestone

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Photo courtesy of Grant Campbell

Westbrook Christian sophomore setter Raylee Neal was recognized for her 1,000th career assist prior to the Lady Warriors’ volleyball match against Hokes Bluff on Tuesday, Oct. 3 in Rainbow City. Pictured in front with Neal is teammate Marley Cox. Pictured, back row, from left: Raegan Harrell, Kylee Wyatt, Henley Beddingfield, Landri Lipscomb, head coach Denise Mattison, Ellison Stewart, Sara Cate Windle, Reid Elam, Caroline Taylor.
On Tuesday, Oct. 3, Westbrook clinched its second straight Class 3A Area 11 title with a 25-17, 25-17, 25-12 victory over Hokes Bluff. For the No. 8 Lady Warriors (23-9, 4-0), Neal had 14 assists, four aces and one kill; Cox had nine digs, for kills and four aces; Lipscomb had seven kills, five aces and one block; Stewart had seven kills; Harrell had six digs, four kills and one ace; and Taylor had three kills and three digs.

 

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