Westbrook sharp in volleyball tri-match sweep


Messenger file photo by Chris McCarthy

Westbrook Christian swept a tri-match last Tuesday (Oct. 5) at Gaston. The Lady Warriors defeated the host Lady Bulldogs, 25-13, 25-10, 25-16 and beat Ragland, three games to two. Against Gaston for Westbrook (12-7, 2-3), Brielle Wood had 18 assists, 11 kills, 11 aces, eight digs and two blocks; Raegan Harrell had seven kills, Landri Lipscomb had five kills; Bela Millirons had three kills and three digs; and Kenna Stephens (pictured above at right) had three digs and two kills.
Against Ragland, Wood had 26 digs, 20 assists, nine kills and five aces; Henley Beddingfield had 21 digs and six assists; Harrell had 13 digs and nine kills; Millirons had nine digs and five kills; and Stephens and Taylor Meadors each had six digs and four kills.
Westbrook will be the No. 3 seed at the Class 2A, Area12 Tournament on Oct. 14 at Sand Rock, where the Lady Warriors will open against Spring Garden.
“We played well today,” said Westbrook head coach Denise Mattison. “It was a tough-fought match against Ragland. We had two starters out, but our girls were able to adjust and pull out the win against a very good team. Our last [regular season] match is at Spring garden on Thursday, and hopefully we’ll have a good practice [on Wednesday] be ready to play.”

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