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Lady Senators even record at 3-3 with road sweep

Lady Senators even record at 3-3 with road sweep

DOBSON, N.C. — Down two sets to none early on Saturday afternoon in its first of two matches on the day, the Walters State volleyball team needed a spark.


The Lady Senators got it from the duo of Kaley Muncy and Micayla Vallie, as the two combined for 26 kills in leading WSCC past Surry in five games before sweeping past Lenoir in the nightcap.


Walters State lost the first two games to Surry, 26-24 and 25-20, and never were out of it in either set until the final point was won in both games. The third game was nearly all Lady Senators, as Muncy and Vallie led the way in a 25-19 win before WSCC reeled off a 25-13 win in the fourth and 15-13 win in the fifth set to win the match.


The second match of the day saw the Lady Senators sandwich easy set victories in the first and third games around a hard fought nail-biter in the middle set, as Walters State swept Lenoir 25-17, 29-27 and 25-15 to sweep the road series.


With the wins, Walters State is now even on the season at 3-3 heading into Tuesday's Tennessee Community College Athletic Association and Region VII opener at Cleveland State. The losses dropped Surry to 2-1 and Lenoir to 1-4 on the year.


In the opening win, Muncy delivered 14 kills and four service aces, while Vallie chipped in 12 kills, 14 digs and a pair of aces for WSCC. Sydney Hurd contributed 19 assists and 16 digs, Courtney Dotson added 16 assists, Hayley Wolfe led the team with 19 digs, Lexi Wakefield had 11 digs and three aces and Olivia Kent had two blocks in the victory.


In the nightcap, Muncy smashed 16 kills and added a pair of blocks and service aces, while Vallie had 11 kills and a team best 18 digs. Dotson dished out 20 assists, Hurd passed out 13 assists and notched 10 digs, Wolfe added 13 digs and Wakefield had 10 digs in the win.


Tuesday's road match at Cleveland State will take place at 6 p.m. inside L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium.