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October 2, 2012

2012 COUNTY VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY: Broncos, Cold Springs ready for title run after Day 1

Warriors, Raiders still alive in consolation bracket


WEST POINT — % Good Hope 2, Vinemont 0: The Raiders advanced to play Holly Pond with a first-round win — 25-17, 25-17 — over the Eagles.

Good Hope’s top contributors were Bishop, 17 kills and three blocks; Shannon, five kills and two blocks; and Smith, 15 sets and one ace.

Vinemont’s top contributors were Kendra Pearson, 17 hits and 11 blocks; Katie Fuller, five hits and two blocks; and Savannah McAlpine, five hits and one ace.

% Cold Springs 2, Fairview 1: The Eagles paved their path to a second-round date with West Point following a three-set battle — 25-21, 17-25, 15-11 — versus the Aggies.

Cold Springs’ top contributors were Self with eight kills and Hopkins with five kills, four aces and three digs.

Fairview’s top contributors were Melody Manasco with six assists and one ace, and Julia Creel with five kills.

% West Point 2, Hanceville 0: The Warriors moved on to the second round after a 25-12, 25-10 victory over the Bulldogs.

West Point’s top contributors were Miller with five aces and three kills, and Laidley with six kills, one ace and one block.

Statistics were not available for Hanceville.

% Fairview 2, Hanceville 1: The Bulldogs pushed the Aggies to the brink, but Fairview ultimately survived the scare, winning 25-15, 25-17, 15-12.

Fairview’s top contributors were Manasco with four kills and four aces, and Creel with four kills and one ace.

Statistics were not available for Hanceville.

% Good Hope 2, Fairview 0: The Raiders lived to fight another day and sent the Aggies packing in a 25-15, 25-17 outcome.

Good Hope’s top contributors were Shannon, nine kills, two blocks and one ace; Maddox, eight sets, seven aces and three kills; and Scott, nine kills and four passes.

Fairview’s top contributors were Manasco with three kills and three assists, and Taylor Edge with three blocks.

% West Point 2, Vinemont 1: The Warriors capped off the first day of the tournament with a come-from-behind 23-25, 25-19, 15-8 triumph.

The Eagles’ top contributors were Fuller, 23 hits, 10 blocks; Pearson, 15 hits and eight blocks; McAlpine, 10 hits and one ace; and Kiersten Simmons, 70 sets.

Statistics were not available for West Point.

% The Times’ sports writer Jake Winfrey contributed to this report.

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