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By Dan Perrine
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Lady Bears win their third straight match in volleyball

 

Last updated 9/26/2022 at 9:35am

Chrissy Joseph led the Lady Bears in kills against Jasper and had the decisive kill to win a set against Lumberton last week

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville volleyball team won its third straight match on Friday, September 23. The Lady Bears swept the Jasper Lady Bulldogs in three sets at Jasper.

The first two sets were dominated by the Lady Bears with LCM winning 25-6 and 25-9. The third set was a little closer with a final score of 25-16.

Chrissy Joseph was the leader for the Lady Bears with 9 kills followed by Lindi Perry with five. Ava White served 5 aces to lead Little Cypress-Mauriceville. Hallie Maddox was tops with 21 assists. She had five digs which was one behind team leader Kenna Peveto who had 6 digs.

Three days earlier on Tuesday, September 20, Little Cypress-Mauriceville played at the Dr. Pauline Colburn Hargrove Gymnasium against the Lumberton Lady Raiders. The Lady Bears defeated Lumberton 3-1 in sets.

LCM came out strong taking a 10-2 lead in the first set. The Lady Bears never trailed after that point and won the opening set 25-22 over the Lady Raiders.

The second set stayed somewhat close until about the midway point as LCM built a 19-10 advantage and won the set on a Chrissy Joseph winner 25-14.

Lumberton played its best set of the match next. The Lady Raiders produced several kills in a 25-22 score to take the third set.

The momentum stayed with the Lady Raiders when the fourth set started and they grabbed the early lead. Janniliz Nazario served an ace which seemed to turn the tide for the Lady Bears. Ava White later served an ace to put LCM up 21-16 before Hallie Maddox served out the match with the Lady Bears winning 25-20 in the fourth set to seal the victory in the match.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville is 3-1 in district action. The Lady Bears played the West Orange-Stark Lady Mustangs on Tuesday and will conclude the first half of district play on Friday against the Silsbee Lady Tigers at home in the Dr. Pauline Colburn Hargrove Gymnasium.

 

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