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TCHS Volleyball is back in action
Joanna Skeens
Joanna Skeens

Tattnall County High School (TCHS) Volleyball is back in action for the 2022 season. 

Head Coach Ashely Findley and her assistant coaches Crystal Reardon and Deanna Driggers are looking to dominate in a new classification, 2A. 

The varsity squad competed on August 9 against two teams in their region, Toombs and Pierce County, and fell short 0-2 in both. They lost 20-25 and 18-25 in their matchup against Toombs, and they fell short 9-25 and 15-25 in the two games with Pierce. 

They then lost 0-2 versus Southeast Bulloch (SEB), 23-25 in the first set and 22-25 in the second. They also lost 0-2 versus Ware County, falling short 21-25 in the first set and 14-25 in the second. 

“The girls played great against two great teams. SEB is a 4A team, and Ware is 6A. Our girls communicated and were neck and neck during the SEB game. We definitely improved from last week with communication, serving, and following the ball,” Findley said. 

Varsity won their match up versus Long County, 2-0, on Tuesday, August 16. The Lady Warriors won their first set 25-9 and 25-19 in the second set. 

"We came out scoring from the get go with our serve and didn’t let up the first set. The second set, we were ahead by just a few points and Junior Leslie Gonzalez was consistent with her serves after subbing in to help us push ahead. We had a few times where we didn’t communicate, but we pulled it off towards the end to seal the win," Coach Findley said. 

The Lady Warriors then lost their match against Savannah Christian, 0-2, on Tuesday. They lost their first set 10-25 and 6-25 their second set. 

"Savannah Christian was a very experienced team, but our girls played really hard and gave it their all. Our girls fight throughout the game and kept each other up if someone made an error," Coach Findley said. 

The junior varsity squad lost their two matches, 1-2, to Ware County on August 11. The Lady Warriors battled hard, winning the first set 25-18. They then lost 9-25 and 12-15 versus Ware. They played another match, but fell short 19-25 in the first set, won 25-22 in the second, and lost 8-15 in the third set.

Junior varsity battled Savannah Christian on Tuesday, August 16, winning 2-0. The Lady Warriors won the first set 25-15 and the second 25-21.