Lady Hawks suffer heartbreaker to Hazel Green

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

It was a good day to be a Danville Lady Hawk. The newest ASWA state volleyball rankings had the Hawks sitting atop the 4A volleyball mountain as the new number one team. Danville didn’t get long to celebrate though as they welcomed the defending 6A champions, and current 6A number one, Hazel Green Trojans.

The first set was a whirlwind of back and forth emotions. Danville jumped on the Trojans 8-5. Lead changes continued throughout until Tatianna Roberts put the Hawks up 24-22. Hazel Green came storming back though, and took the lead 26-25. MiKayla Koins put the Hawks back up 27-26 with a huge block, but it wasn’t enough as Hazel Green went on to win 29-27.

Danville’s heartbreaking loss in set one affected the Hawks in their second set. Hazel Green jumped out to a quick 11-4 lead. Danville managed to pull within three, but the Trojans still went on to win 25-12. Danville lost the match 2-0. Alexis Snow led the Hawks with 3 aces and 13 digs, while MiKayla Koins finished with 6 kills and 3 blocks. Madalyn Holladay had 5 kills and 2 digs.

Danville bounced back in the second match with a 2-0 win over Arab. The scores of the sets were 25-19 and 25-21. Kayla Compton finished the match with 1 ace and 16 assists, while Koins had 12 kills and a block. Tatianna Roberts had 11 digs.

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