Jemison tops rival CCHS at home

The Jemison Lady Panthers scored a home court victory over rival Chilton County High School Lady Tigers on Tuesday, 25-16, 25-21, 19-25 and 25-17.

Tanya Liveoak was 24 for 25 serving for the Lady Panthers with 4 aces, 10 digs and 2 kills.

Kaysie Wells was 17 for 18 serving with 15 assists and 4 kills, while Morgan Posey and Emily Smithey had 7 and 10 digs, respectively.

The Panthers’ Kortney Robinson and Shelby Griffin each had 8 kills and a combined 8 blocks.

“I thought we were slow starting, but we picked up the pace a little bit,” Jemison coach Leighsa Robinson said. “Right now we’re still making way too many mistakes, and we’ve got to be more consistent in order to compete.”

Robinson said that despite the team’s victory, there is still room for much improvement.

“Our goal is to improve every single set and every single match. Until we do that, I don’t think this team will be satisfied,” she said.

For CCHS, Lauren Stewart scored 6 digs, 3 kills and 3 blocks; Rachel Johnson had 3 kills and Renee Lewis made 5 blocks.

“We need to work together more as a team and fight for every point,” CCHS coach Misty Jones said.

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