The Scottsboro volleyball team earned a split of matches during a tri-match on Tuesday.
The Wildcats rebounded from an opening loss in three games to Ider to defeat New Hope in three games on “Senior Night” at Carter Gymnasium.
The Wildcats have two seniors: Samantha Hood and Sara Jane Reece.
Scottsboro defeated New Hope 25-20, 20-25, 15-13. Reece had six kills and one block while Nhi Le had nine kills and 11 digs and Jocelyn Cheatom had seven kills and eight digs. Anna Lusk totaled 22 digs while Hood and Megan Vosen both recorded 10 assists.
Scottsboro opened with a 25-23, 26-28, 13-15 setback to Ider, which rallied late in Game 2 to avoid the sweep and then won Game 3.
Abby Jones had seven kills, one block and one ace while Le had six kills and seven digs. Reece had five kills and Lusk had 14 digs.
Scottsboro hosts Pisgah and DAR this evening for its final home matches of the season. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Night. Matches begin at 4:30 p.m. and are sponsored MMI Breast Center in honor of Shirley Haswell. Her granddaughter, Callyn Haswell, is currently on the JV volleyball team. Erica Scott will be selling the pink light bulbs for $8 and funds go to support the Beauty and the Beast of Jackson County. Robin Precise Taylor's daughter Erica Estes will be selling fudge for Relay for Life team Hope Sweet Hope.