E.A. Sports Today

Ohatchee Champions

Lady Indians sweep through Champions Play Here Tournament for first tourney win of the season, includes other tournament action

By East Alabama Sports Today

The Ohatchee volleyball team swept through five opponents without losing a set to win the Champions Play Here Tournament for its first tournament win of the season.

The Lady Indians beat Westbrook Christian in the finals, 25-15, 25-12. They also beat Munford, Weaver, Piedmont and Cleburne County on the way.

Jorda Crook led the Lady Indians with 63 kills, 11 blocks and 11 aces.

Westbrook Christian beat White Plains (25-9, 25-17), Faith Christian (25-15, 25-10), Wellborn (29-27, 25-15) and Oxford (25-23, 27-25) on its way to the championship match.

Piedmont (7-5) went 4-2 in the tournament. The Lady Bulldogs beat Weaver twice, Wellborn and Munford, and fell to Cleburne County and Ohatchee. Ta’Leaha Ridley passed 550 career kills in the tournament (582) and Jaycee Glover passed 1,500 career assists (1,538).

Oxford went 2-2 in the tournament. The Lady Jackets beat Faith Christian (25-15, 25-21) and White Plains (25-21, 25-20) and fell to Wellborn (27-25, 21-25, 15-12) and Westbrook Christian.

Jorda Crook63111911
Rebecca Henderson16919
Alanah Fitch14491517
Gracyn Snow10324
Hannah Fitch546419
Ellie Carden523
Brett Finn744
Jamea Gaston622
Payton Brooks5824
Abbie Mitchell28304
Kaelyn Crossley322
Arilyn Pool32
Daelyn Bozeman195
Mileah Prince223
Jaslyn Montgomery167
Raylee Neal8701028
Reagan Harrell 3964251
Landri Lipscomb144102
Taylor Meador13851
Henley Beddingfield3220
Kylee Wyatt327
Marley Cox163724
TaLeaha Ridley672491
Jaycee Glover71172142
Armoni Perry201131
Emma Grace Todd151761
Jenna Calvert162538

Ft. Payne Tournament

FORT PAYNE – Lily Henry had a big day with 53 kills, 11 aces and six blocks and Pleasant Valley took a pair of three-set victories in the playoffs, to win the Silver Bracket title of the Fort Payne Tournament.

The Lady Raiders (15-5) beat Donoho ifor the win, 25-23, 22-25, 15-9 . They also beat Springville in the semifinals 25-21, 21-25, 15-11.

In pool play, they beat Lincoln and Gaylesville and lost to Plainview.

Donoho, meanwhile, beat Boaz (25-13, 25-22) and Jacksonville (25-17, 25-17) in the Silver Bracket before falling to PV. The Lady Falcons (17-6) went 2-1 in pool play with wins over Cherokee County (25-16, 25-18) and Fyffe (25-19, 25-15) and an opening loss to Susan Moore (25-19, 25-17).

Lily Henry53411286
Ella Parris814152
Allie Bryant41281016
Maddie Schwabe26243153
Madison Schwabe3744151
Ellie Patterson41
Madi Hay114
Lily Grace Draper488322
Ansley Simmons22101
Estella Connell37413
Ryals Jones1745
Mary Marshall Perry291093
Sam Wakefield101267325
Sarah Waggoner5141
Hannah Sprayberry423
Kate Williamon1112
Blair Kitchen169

Hartselle Tournament

HARTSELLE – Alexandria went 3-3 on the day and beat Priceville in straight sets to win the Silver Bracket of the Hartselle Tournament.

It was the last set of matches the Lady Cubs played with coach Whitney Welch on the bench. Welch is about to miss the next two weeks after having a baby Monday.The Lady Cubs lost to Guntersville (2-0), DAR (2-0) and Westminster Christian (2-1) in pool play, but swept three matches to win the Silver Bracket. They beat Madison Academy (25-20, 23-25, 15-11); Geraldine (25-19, 31-29) and, in the finals, Priceville (25-15, 25-23).

Kailey Dickerson had 13 kills in the bracket final and Eryn Spradley had 11. Christian Hess had 20 assists and 10 digs. The Lady Cubs’ stats for the entire tournament is listed below.

Kailey Dickerson63214404
Brie Troup10384
Eryn Spradley37124
Christian Hess1607111
Pressley Slaton143215
Devan White251244
Ava Johnson716351
Kirsten Heathcock311
Brenlee Sparks115
Lauren Weber1
Madison Foster915
Clancy Bright3
Cassidy Hartsfield21

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