The Pisgah volleyball team used a “solid” effort to land a win over a county rival.
Pisgah overcome a second set loss to win the final two sets and defeat host Scottsboro Thursday night at Carter Gymnasium.
The Eagles won the first set 25-21, and after losing 25-12 in the second set, Pisgah responded with wins of 27-25, 27-25 in the third and fourth sets to close out the match. The Eagles improved to 3-0 against Scottsboro this season.
Chloe Womack recorded 13 kills and 18 service points for Pisgah, which also got 24 kills from Molly Heard, 30 assists from Bella Bobo and five service points from Karlee Holcomb.
“We played pretty solid,” said Pisgah head coach Carey Ellison. “We have to really have maximum effort to be successful. The second set we didn’t have much effort and it showed. It was a good win.”
Scottsboro downs archrival North Jackson — At Stevenson, Scottsboro swept a best-of-five match with archrival North Jackson on Wednesday.
The Wildcats won all three sets 25-16, 25-18, 25-23.
In the junior varsity match, Scottsboro overcame a first set loss to North Jackson to win the best-of-three match 25-27, 25-6, 15-1.
NSM falls to area foe — At Fyffe, North Sand Mountain fell to the host Red Devils in a Class 2A Area 15 best-of-five match on Thursday.
Fyffe won 25-15, 25-11, 25-10.
Jasmine Higdon recorded five kills, four solo blocks and seven digs for NSM while Jaycee Weldon had three kills and one solo block and Macy Smith had three kills and 18 digs.