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2017-18 VARSITY SEASON

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OCT. 12, 2017- BYTHEWOODONLINE.com

Redhawk Volleyball perfect in region

By Blake Wooten | Sports Editor

BLYTHEWOOD – Blythewood is not the only team dominating right now on the volleyball courts. Westwood picked up their seventh and eighth consecutive region victories with wins last week over the South Pointe Stallions and Lancaster Bruins.

The Redhawks remain undefeated in region play and have a 2.5 game lead over York with just three games remaining. They picked up their fourteenth win of the season on Tuesday with 3-1 win over South Pointe in their Dig Pink Night.

Westwood took the first set, 25-13, and the second, 25-21, but South Pointe seized the third set, 25-20. However, the Stallions’ hopes were dashed in fourth set when the Redhawks picked up a 25-11 win.

Junior Jasmine Finkley led the team in kills with 13, blocks with seven and was second in aces with three. Ta’Naya Corley tallied a whopping 29 of the Redhawks’ 31 assists.

Then, on Thursday they took to the road to face Lancaster and returned with a clean 3-0 win. Westwood breezed through the first set 25-12. Lancaster fared a bit better in the second set, but fell 25-21.

Again, the Redhawks crushed the Bruins, 25-14, in the third set. Nyah Leveretter had the hot hand against Lancaster with 15 kills and eight blocks, both team highs. Ta’Naya Corley came up big again in the assist department with 28.

2016-17 VARSITY SEASON

OCT. 25, 2016- INDEPENDENT MAIL.com

Area volleyball teams set for playoffs
Lake Morris

The start of the state high school volleyball playoffs is here with 10 area teams vying for a chance to win state titles in four of the state's five classifications.

Class AAAA

A pair of area teams made the Class AAAA playoff, with D.W. Daniel (11-9) finishing second in I-AAAA, while Wren (7-13) finished fouth.

With a win, Wren would advance to play either Greer (14-13) or South Aiken (19-4) on Nov. 1.

Daniel on the other hand will be at home against Westwood (9-14). The Lady Redhawks are led by Nyah Leveretter's 155 kills and 226 blocks while Ta'Naya Corley has 400 assists. A win for the Lady Lions set up a second round match against either Airport or state powerhouse Eastside (21-13). 

2015-16 VARSITY SEASON

 

THE INDEPENDENT VOICE

2015 Fall Sports Preview

WHS Volleyball:

Building on a Firm Foundation
Ross Burton Contributer

Last year, under new head coach Ciji Kuhlmann, the Lady Redhawks enjoyed an 11-2-0 record, the team's best ever, as the players matured after three years of playing together. With only five returning players, the team will have their work cut out for themselves this year. Some of the losses were in critical positions, and will certainly be felt in this coming season.

The team lost seven seniors, including key players Jordan Jones, the 6-foot-2 setter, and Jamila Minor, outside and middle hitter. Jones is playing Division 1 ball for Morehead, and Minor is at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Kuhlmann characterizes the team as a rebuilding team for sure. Two new freshman will be handling the setter duties this season and the middle hitting will be done by players new to the team. Kuhlmann says the new players are really good, but need training and maturity.

The key to rebuilding the team are the setters, freshman Ta'Naya Corley and Nala Wilson.