Hartselle opens season with big wins

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle Tigers volleyball team opened the 2016 season with a strong showing as they swept both Hazel Green and Addison. The Tigers opened with a 25-19 win over Hazel Green. The Tigers fell behind in set 6-0 but came from behind to win 27-25.

Megan Zuck led the Tigers against Hazel Green with 11 kills and 3 digs while Gabreille Bili added 20 assists, 1 kill and 1 dig. The rest of the team featured Hayden Hanserd with 6 kills and 2 digs, Jordan Finn with 4 kills and a dig, Lexie Smith with 4 digs, Britni Bell with a dig and a block, Maggie Anderson with 5 digs and Abby Arias with 2 digs.

The Tigers turned around to play Addison and swept the Bulldogs 25-19 both times. Zuck and Bili led the team again with 8 kills and 7 digs for Zuck and 21 assists and 3 digs for Bili. Other stats included Hanserd with 7 kills and 3 blocks. Finn with 6 kills and ace and 3 blocks. Maggie Anderson also had 10 digs while Britni Bell and Abby Arias had 2 blocks and 3 digs respectively. Lexie     Smith rounded out the team with 4 kills, 2 blocks and 3 digs.

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