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Brentwood maintains district lead with win over Centennial
 





Brentwood’s Sarah Tuttle shows her kill form.  The senior has 67 kills on the year.  Photo by Michael Thompson



Brentwood's Piper Cleveland (22), Sarah Tuttle (25), Elizabeth Schwarz (21), Hunter Thompson (20) and Jenny Roy (23) celebrate a wining point against Ravenwood last week.  The scene was similar Tuesday as the Lady Bruins solidified their lead in District 11-AAA with a four-set win against
Centennial.

Photo by Michael Thompson

Despite a complete change of venue and time, Brentwood overcame some early match butterflies to take a four-game set from Centennial 21-25, 25-21, 25-17 and 25-21 to maintain the top spot in the District 11-AAA volleyball race.

The contest, originally scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at Centennial, was moved to 4 p.m. at Brentwood due to an open house at the north Williamson County campus.  The last minute change did not seem to bother the Lady Bruins for long.

Sarah Tuttle (21), Jenny Roy (11) and Kelly Severino (10) accounted for 41 of the Lady Bruins 51 kills in the match, and senior Hunter Thompson accounted for 39 of the team’s 42 assists.

The win keeps Brentwood (3-0) at the top of the district standings with an undefeated district record.  Ravenwood (2-1) and Centennial (2-1) are now tied for second, with the only blemishes on their records coming at the hands of the district leader.  That tie will be broken in a 6 p.m. match next Tuesday when Centennial hosts Ravenwood.

BGA kept winning, bagging a three-game match against Ezell-Harding 25-23, 25-16, 25-12.  The Lady Wildcats got 14 kills, 9 digs and a pair of aces from Anisa Moore and Claire Aycock added 11 kills and 4 aces.  Morgan McShain set up a majority of kills with 25 assists, while notching 11 digs and 6 aces.

The win keeps BGA at the top of the Division II-A East/Middle section with a 3-0 record divisional record.

Page had a little tougher time Tuesday night, knocking off CPA in three straight, the last two in “overtime”, 25-20, 26-24, and 28-26.  Senior Niki Pewett had 16 kills and 13 assists for the Lady Patriots to go with 8 digs.  Juniors Alyssa Casillas added 12 kills and Ashton Peck had 13 digs.





























Division II-A East/Middle divisional leader BGA is undefeated after a three game sweep of Ezell Harding Tuesday. Submitted Photo 

Posted on: 9/5/2013

 
 

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