North Clay's volleyball teams earned victories on the road at Cloverdale on Tuesday night.
The seventh-grade team remained unbeaten with a 25-11, 25-10 decision against the Clovers as both Ashley Heck and Breanna Dove posted six service points apiece. Dove also had three aces and a kill for the Knights. Kaytlin Galloway had five points with an ace and Madison McDonald filled the stat sheet with five points, three aces, three kills and two assists. Grace Timberman posted four points with an ace, Jordan Mills added three points and an ace and Gabby Horrall added three points from the service line. Sydney Joliff rang up a pair of points along with Kaylee Cooper and Alyssa Yocom added two points and three assists. Morgan Stearley led the way with three kills for North Clay and Madison Trusty posted a kill.
The eighth-grade squad improved to 16-1 overall with a 25-7, 25-16 victory on the road as McKenzi Kumpf cashed in with seven points, two aces, an assist and two kills. Deaven McCrocklin added nine points with five aces and two kills with Mannah Mace adding two points, an ace, one assist and a kill. Taylor Hess posted two points, three assists, a block and a kill.
North Clay got a balanced effort from the entire lineup as Whitney Halfhill contributed an assist and a kill with Mikayla Rowan stuffing a block and Abbey Timberman adding three kills. Madison Nevins had five points, two assists, a block and a kill with Hannah Minor adding five points, seven digs and two aces. Samantha Smith had a kill, Sydney Buell posted five points, an ace and three kills, Gracie Geswein dished out six assists and Shea Britton had a kill.
The North Clay volleyball teams are showing their support for animals in need with a "Dig For The Dogs" night at their last home volleyball game tonight.
Proceeds from their activities this week and through the sale of T-shirts will go to purchase needed items for the Clay County Humane Shelter. Donations may be brought to North Clay.