Posted on October 20, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Dominating the net. Alex Lewis garnered both regular season and tournament honors for District 6AAA this season. She was one of four Warriorettes who received postseason awards.
At the conclusion of the District 6AAA volleyball tournament, the league handed out their postseason honors.
Four Warriorettes received accolades for their play this season.
Warrior junior middle blocker, Alex Lewis, was the big winner for WCHS. She was named to the All District 6AAA first team for the regular season and also received All Tournament honors.
Lewis dominated the net in the middle this season for the Warriorettes. She led the team in both blocks and kills. She was also … CONTINUED
Posted on October 10, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Net action. The Warriorette volleyball season saw their 2013 season come to a close with a loss to Stone Memorial in the semifinals of the District 6AAA tournament. Hailey Lamb and Alex Lewis get up above the net to block against Cumberland County in the opening round.
The White County High School volleyball team knew going into the District 6AAA tournament, they had a tough path to get to the championship game.
Their fourth place regular season finish left them in the same bracket with tournament favorite and regular season champion, Stone Memorial. The Warriorettes won their opening round match over Cumberland County in three straight games, but … CONTINUED
Posted on October 7, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
The high school volleyball regular season is officially in the books and now it’s time for the second season – the postseason.
What has happened to this point on the schedule has all just been a precursor to what lies ahead. Everyone starts over with a clean slate. The only impact the regular season has had for the tournament is for seeding purposes.
This will be the first year that District 6AAA has had six teams in the league which sets the tournament bracket up differently. With five teams, there was what was considered a play-in game between the fourth and fifth seeds. That changes this year.
The … CONTINUED
Posted on October 3, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
The Warriorette volleyball team was in action on both Monday and Tuesday to start this week and came away with one win in three chances.
On Monday, they traveled to Livingston to take on the Lady Wildcats and suffered a loss. Tuesday, they hit the road to Gainesboro for a tri-match with Jackson County and Gordonsville. WCHS split those matches.
Against Livingston Academy, the Lady Wildcats swept the Warriorettes in three straight (25-14, 25-13, 25-22). Alex Lewis led WCHS with three kills and five blocks.
During Tuesday’s action, WCHS defeated Jackson County, but lost to Gordonsville. Both matches were two best of three since it was a tri-match.… CONTINUED
Posted on September 30, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Volleyball seniors. The five seniors on the WCHS volleyball team were honored prior to their final home match of the season against Cookeville on Thursday. Those five seniors are (l to r): Kelsey Roberts, Brooke McCulley, Haily Lamb, Rachel Kinser and Sydney Holeman.
The Warriorette volleyball team had a tough match Thursday at Roy Sewell Gymnasium for senior night.
Five WCHS seniors played their final home volleyball match of the season against their archrivals, the Cookeville Lady Cavaliers (19-9, 8-2). Cookeville completely dominated the Warriorettes in the first meeting of the season in Cookeville, but that would not be the case this time around. The Lady Cavaliers did … CONTINUED
Posted on September 25, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
After having broken a losing skid earlier in the season, the White County High School volleyball team has hit another losing streak.
After winning a District 6AAA match last Thursday in three straight games at Warren County, the Warriorettes have lost three straight matches.
WCHS traveled to Baxter Monday and lost a pair of non-district matches to Upperman and Gordonsville and then was defeated at Stone Memorial on Tuesday in another 6AAA contest.
In McMinnville, the Warriorettes won all three (25-11, 25-16, 25-9). Alex Lewis led WCHS with 11 kills and eight blocks. Brooke McCulley added nine kills and four blocks.
Upperman won two of three from the … CONTINUED
Posted on September 19, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Dominating the net. Alex Lewis dominated play at the net for the Warriorettes. The junior led the way with 13 each of kills and blocks in the win over Cumberland County.
It was an exciting match to say the least and it went right down to the wire, but for the second time this season, the Warriorette volleyball team defeated Cumberland County 3-2.
The Warriorettes won the first game of the match and then the teams alternated wins from that point in a very emotional match. WCHS finished off the contest with the 15-8 in the decisive game five.
WCHS made things look easy in game one. They … CONTINUED
Posted on September 15, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
The White County High School volleyball team snapped a five-match losing streak Saturday when they competed in the Carter Lady Hornet Volleyball Classic hosted by Carter High School just outside of Knoxville.
The Warriorettes went 3-1 in the tournament losing in the semifinals to West Creek High School. WCHS picked up wins over Gibbs High School, West Greene and the host school, Carter.
WCHS was without the services of senior hitter, Sydney Holeman, who broke her hand during the Rhea County match on Thursday.
That match at Rhea County was a District 6AAA match in which the Warriorettes were defeated 3-0 by the Lady Eagles. The loss puts … CONTINUED
Posted on September 12, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Who’s got it? Warriorette senior volleyball players, Kelsey Roberts and Sydney Holeman, both react to the ball to bump it back across the net during Monday’s loss to Coffee County. WCHS travels to Rhea County Thursday.
Things didn’t go so well for the Warriorette volleyball team to start this week.
They were in action both Monday and Tuesday and were defeated both days by a pair of very familiar opponents. On Monday, they played host to former district foe, Coffee County, and were defeated 3-1. Back in action on Tuesday, they traveled to Cookeville to take on their archrival and current District 6AAA foe. The Lady Cavaliers dominated … CONTINUED
Posted on September 8, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Action at the net. Bella Taylor prepares to send the ball back over the net at the Stone Memorial defense. The Warriorette volleyball team has a very busy week ahead with three matches and a tournament over the weekend.
One of District 6AAA’s top contenders, Stone Memorial, visited Roy Sewell Gymnasium Thursday and swept the WCHS volleyball team in three straight games.
Stone came into the contest sporting the best record in 6AAA after having defeated perennial league favorite, Cookeville. The Warriorettes played them close for two of the three games, but the Lady Panthers pulled away in the third game to sweep the match.
Stone Memorial jumped … CONTINUED
Posted on September 4, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Making a pass. Haily Lamb bumps the volleyball to make a pass during Tuesday’s loss to Upperman. The Warriorettes will host Stone Memorial Thursday in a District 6AAA match.
The Warriorette volleyball team made a valiant comeback only to come up just short in a 3-2 loss to Upperman on Tuesday night at Roy Sewell Gymnasium.
The Lady Bees won the first two games of the match, but the Warriorettes bounced back to take games three and four facing the fifth and decisive game.
Games one and two went right down to the wire with Upperman taking 25-22 and 25-23 wins, respectively.
The Warriorettes trailed 23-19 in the … CONTINUED
Posted on September 1, 2013 12:12 am by Sparta Live
Going for the kill. Alex Lewis goes up above the net to spike the volleyball during the District 6AAA win over Warren County Thursday. WCHS hosts Upperman Tuesday.
The White County High School volleyball team improved to 2-1 in the District 6AAA race with a 3-0 win over Warren County on Thursday at Roy Sewell Gymnasium.
While the Warriorettes swept the match in three straight games, it was anything but easy.
WCHS did win the first game rather decisively taking the 25-14 win. However, things got close from there.
The Warriorettes held the early 13-8 in game two, but saw Warren County came back and get to within … CONTINUED