April 21, 2014

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County squads split in volleyball

By KEVIN WANNEMACHER

Sportswriter

HAVILAND – All three Paulding County high school volleyball teams battled each other on Saturday at the “Palace” of Wayne Trace High School with each of the three squads earning one win on the day.

Paulding recorded a 25-17, 25-17 victory over Wayne Trace in the first match of the day.

The Panthers were led by Abbey Edwards (four kills, seven digs), Courtney St. John (four digs, six assists), Brooke Combs (eight digs, 6-10 serving), Kelsey Beck (12 digs, 18-22 serving, 11 aces), Emily Farr (four digs), Kalie Varner (six assists), Sierra McCullough (four kills, one block) and Tiffany Spangler (three digs).