THS Volleyball

Tullahoma’s Rachel Prince battles at the net for a ball against Spring Hill on Thursday. The Lady Wildcats lost the matchup to the Lady Raiders.

TULLAHOMA NEWS

Staff Report

 

After dropping a tough matchup at home to Nolensville, the Tullahoma High School volleyball team fell in straight sets to Spring Hill at home on Thursday night.

Falling behind early in the opening set, the Lady Wildcats weren’t ever able to recover, as Spring Hill opened a 24-9 lead. Tullahoma went on to score three-straight points, to make the score a little more competitive, but the Lady Raiders put the game away then, taking the first set 25-12.

Spring Hill again controlled the second set, scoring nine of the first 10 points, taking a commanding 9-1 advantage. Tullahoma responded and cut the score to 11-5, but again, the Lady Raiders controlled the contest, going on a 12-5 run, opening a 23-10 advantage. The teams split the final four points, and Spring Hill garnered the 25-12 victory in the second set.

The third and final game was the most competitive of the night, as Tullahoma fought hard the entire way. In fact, the Lady Wildcats cut the score to 19-18 late in the contest, following a kill by Elizabeth Lawson.

However, Spring Hill went on to score six of the final seven points, earning the 25-19 victory in the set, sweeping the match.

Tullahoma was scheduled to travel to Coffee County for a tournament on Saturday. As of press time, the results from that tournament were unavailable.

The Lady Wildcats were then slated to head to Pulaski to face Giles County on Monday. Following that, Tullahoma will return home for its Pink Out game facing Central Magnet on Thursday. On both days, matchups are scheduled to get underway at 5 p.m. with the junior varsity taking the floor first and the varsity matchups taking place afterwards.

On the soccer field, Tullahoma battled to a 2-2 tie at Central Magnet in a competitive district match.

Tullahoma grabbed a 2-0 lead behind a pair of goals by Cassidy Connor. On both plays, Julia Duncan was credit for having an assist.

However, Central Magnet netted a pair of goals in the final two minutes of regulation. With 1:20 left on the clock, the Lady Tigers first made a penalty kick and then followed that with another score with 1.9 seconds remaining in the contest.

Tullahoma will look to get back in the win column on Thursday when it travels to Pulaski to take on Giles County. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.