High School Roundup | Denney, Camden top Manteo in volleyball

High School Roundup


From staff reports

Friday, October 5, 2018

CAMDEN — The Camden volleyball team defeated Manteo 25-9, 25-16, 25-9 Thursday evening at home.

Gillian Denney led Camden (14-4, 9-2 Albemarle Athletic Conference) with 11 kills, a block and four aces.

Carley Blizzard had five aces, Caitlyn Overton had nine assists and Mckenzie Underwood had seven digs in the league match.

Perquimans def. Gates 25-8, 25-10, 25-10: The Lady Pirates (18-2, 12-0 AAC) secured the conference win at home Thursday.

Cayce Copley had 11 kills and five digs, Samantha Midgett had six aces, Cala Robertson posted five digs, McKayle Knapp had 14 assists, while Erin Thomas had 12 assists in the win.

Currituck def. Northeastern 25-15, 25-11, 25-20: Currituck (10-2, 6-0 Northeastern Coastal Conference) continues its undefeated season in the conference with a win at Northeastern (5-9, 4-4 NCC) Thursday.

Kamryn Johnson had 14 kills and eight digs, Faith Hughes had 25 assists and six aces and Macy Pace had four blocks in the win.

Albemarle School def. Pungo Christian 27-25, 21-25, 15-25, 25-18, 15-12: The Lady Colts rallied from a two sets to one deficit to defeat the Raiders on the road Thursday in a TIC match.

Brooke Perry posted 12 kills, Ava Morris had seven aces, six assists and six digs, Taylor Stallings had six kills, two blocks and five digs, Samantha Nixon had 15 assists, five digs with six kills and Monique Guzman-Torres had 10 assists in the victory for Albemarle School (14-2, 10-2 TIC).


First Flight 9, Currituck 0: Northeastern Coastal Conference champion First flight completed an undefeated regular season with a victory over Currituck on Thursday.

"We actually played quite well, especially in singles," observed Currituck coach Vic Ramsey. "We gave a great effort, and had real chances in several matches.

Currituck celebrated senior night, recognizing Heather Hennessey, Grace Waters, and Kayla Leon for their contributions to the Lady Knights program.

"Heather and Grace have been wonderful leaders, and have great futures ahead of them," Ramsey noted. "It's been a privilege to be their coach."

Both Currituck (4-8, 3-5 NCC) and First Flight (11-0, 8-0 NCC) will next play at the Northeastern Coastal Conference tournament on Monday and Tuesday at Northeastern.