Montgomery Academy 25-25-25, Prattville Christian 13-15-13
PRATTVILLE – Montgomery Academy defeated the Panthers in straight sets on Tuesday in the area opener for both teams.
For Montgomery Academy (16-2), Millie Stevenson had 15 assists, 14 digs and three blocks, Brooke Horne had nine kills and four blocks, Ann Cobern Chapman had eight kills and five blocks, Anaya Thomas had six kills and two blocks and Grace Jackson had nine digs.
For PCA (7-8), Victoria Wheeler had three aces, a pair of kills and three blocks, Lennon McAnnally had five kills, 11 digs and a block, Jacey Haynes had a pair of blocks, Emily Kamykowski had 11 digs and Juliana Lawrence had three digs and seven assists.
Trinity 25-25-25, Alabama Christian 21-16-22
Trinity defeated ACA in an area match on Tuesday night. For Trinity, Hollister Dorey had 12 kills, Mary Elizabeth Hill had 11 kills and Presley O’Ferrell had nine kills. Jackie Miller picked up 27 digs, Mary Davis Bricken picked up 20, and Brooke Avant picked up 14.
Trinity (12-8) improved to 2-0 in area play with the win.
Edgewood Academy 22-25-25-25, Macon East Academy 25-8-19-21
ELMORE – Edgewood defeated the Knights in four sets on Tuesday in a rematch of the 2018 title game.
Maddie Ross led the Knights (11-4) with 13 kills and five digs. Georgia Blaze had five kills and nine digs.
Pike Road 25-25, Sidney Lanier 16-17
Pike Road 25-25, Jeff Davis 22-12
Pike Road evened its record at 10-10 on Tuesday with a pair of wins, defeating Sidney Lanier and Jeff Davis in a tri-match.
Against Lanier, Jaeda Gardner had 17 digs and three aces, Kendall Rice had six kills and a block, Tynia Rogers had five kills and Sammi Hester had nine assists and a pair of aces.
Against Jeff Davis, Gardner had 16 digs and two aces, Rogers had seven kills, Cate Lovrich had six kills, seven digs and two aces and Sadie Davis had 13 assists, five digs and three aces.
Lee-Scott Academy 25-25-15-25, Northside Methodist 11-17-25-20
AUBURN – Lee-Scott hosted Northside on Tuesday and won the first two sets 25-11 and 25-17 before dropping the third 15-25, then rebounding to win the match with a 25-20 victory.
The Warriors were led by junior outside hitter Abbie Starr with 10 kills, five digs and a pair of aces, senior middle blocker Mary Margaret Huff with six blocks, five aces and four kills, junior setter Margaret Aldridge with 27 assists and three aces and sophomore Lillie Huff with eight aces, along with eight kills and a pair of blocks.
The Warriors’ junior varsity lost in two sets. Lee-Scott (5-5) remains home on Thursday to play Fort Dale Academy. The junior varsity opens play at 3:30 p.m., with the varsity following.
Auburn 25-25, Alabama Christian 19-18
Alabama Christian 25-19-15, Pike Road 15-25-7
Alabama Christian 25-14-15, Tuscaloosa County 14-25-7
Prattville 25-21-15, Alabama Christian 23-25-11
AUBURN – Alabama Christian advanced through pool play to the gold bracket of the Party on the Plains Tournament on Saturday before being eliminated in the quarterfinals by Prattville.
The Eagles opened play with a loss to the host team, but bounced back to defeat Pike Road and Tuscaloosa County, both in three sets, to advance to single-elimination play. Against the Class 7A Lions, the Eagles and Lions played a closely contested match before Prattville won the third set, 15-11.
For ACA, Emily Thornton had 16 kills, 41 assists and six aces, Alyson Thornton had 21 kills and 38 assists, Jordan Smithee had 16 kills, Monica Willingham had 16 kills, Mary Hall had 16 kills and Savannah Fonville had 40 digs.
The Eagles (6-8) were scheduled to face Trinity on Tuesday.
Brew Tech also participated in the Party on the Plains Tournament on Saturday, bouncing back from a loss to Prattville Christian with wins over Smiths Station and Shaw to advance to the gold bracket of the tournament. Brew Tech defeated Trinity to advance to the semifinals where the Rams lost to Prattville.
The top players for Brew Tech (8-8) were Logan Horne, Elaina Brooks and Mikea Allen.
Senior outside hitter Logan Horne had 61 serve attempts with 10 aces, four errors; 120 hitting attempts with 55 kills and nine errors; two blocks, a block assist, 44 reception passes and 35 digs.
Junior middle hitter Elaina Brooks had 53 serve attempts with two aces and four errors; 72 hitting attempts with 47 kills, two blocks and three block assists; and 12 digs.
Junior setter Mikea Allen had 53 serve attempts with five aces and an error; 33 hitting attempts with 19 kills and a block assist; and 26 digs.