The Scottsboro volleyball team’s had a pretty good week thus far.

The Wildcats posted wins over county rivals Pisgah and North Jackson during matches at Carter Gymnasium. Scottsboro did suffer a Class 5A Area 14 loss to Arab 12-25, 24-26, 10-25 on Monday.

On Tuesday, Scottsboro swept a best-of-five match from Pisgah 25-17, 25-18, 25-9.

Sophomore Abby Jones had a career-high 11 kills for Scottsboro to go with four blocks and four digs. Nhi Le had five kills, three aces and five digs while Emily Garner had five kills and nine digs. Sam Hood had 12 assists, two kills and one ace while Anna Lusk had 15 digs and was 15-for-16 on serve receive passes.

“We came out ready to play against Pisgah,” Scottsboro head coach Kelly Scott said. “We watched film of the Arab game before the game [with Pisgah] and I think it really helped them to see some errors we needed to correct. They came out and really worked on correcting them, and I think that made the difference in how we approached this match. 

“We attacked the ball with confidence and it showed. Abby Jones had an amazing game…showed what she is capable of and I was very proud of her for that. Anna Lusk is playing very consistent, awesome defense and when that happens we are able to get our hitters swinging, and when they swing like they did [Tuesday] night we can win ballgames.”

On Monday against Arab, Le had five kills, 16 digs and one block while SaraJane Reece had three kills, Hood eight assists and Lusk 27 digs.

Blake Collins finished with four kills and three aces and Jones had three kills and three aces as Scottsboro swept a best-of-three match with North Jackson 25-10, 25-6. Hood totaled five aces.


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