High School Roundup | Currituck volleyball routs Hertford County
From staff reports
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
AHOSKIE — The Currituck volleyball team defeated Hertford County 25-11, 25-13, 25-12 in a league match at Hertford County Monday.
Merritt Woodson led Currituck (14-6, 9-0 Northeastern Coastal Conference) with 10 kills, three aces, a block and 10 digs, Whitney Shilling posted seven kills, an ace and four digs in the win.
Macy Pace and Kamryn Johnson had six kills each.
Pace added three blocks, while Johnson and Kayleigh Reagan-Smith posted six digs each.
Faith Hughes posted 28 assists, while Laura Griffin followed with seven assists.
The Lady Knights bounced back after going 1-4 at the Endless Summer volleyball tournament in Virginia last weekend.
Currituck hosts Hickory (Va.) today.
Camden def. Manteo 25-9, 25-17, 25-17: Camden (17-4, 11-2 Albemarle Athletic Conference) knocked off the Redskins in three sets in a conference match at home Monday.
Gillian Denney had six kills, five aces and three blocks, Carley Blizzard and Brooke Gurganus had six kills each and Gurganus added seven aces in the win.
McKenzie Underwood had 24 digs, while Blizzard and Kamryn Nash had five digs each.
Gurganus had 11 assists, while Caitlyn Overton posted eight assists.
Currituck 7, John A. Holmes 0: Currituck routed the Aces at Edenton’s soccer complex in a non-conference match on Monday.
Joshua Crisell led the Knights (8-5-2) with two goals with an assist in the win.
Ryan VanKirk, Grant Landreth, Hunter Goins and Zachary Holl each scored, while VanKirk and Raymond Venham each added an assist.
Venham, VanKirk and Goins had standout performances in the victory.
Edenton (8-9-1) hosts Gates today.
Manteo 2, Camden 1: The Bruins were edged out by the Albemarle Athletic Conference leader Redskins Monday at Manteo.
Eric Hernandez had a goal with an assist for Manteo (13-1-0, 9-0-0 AAC).
Camden (8-7-4, 5-5-0 AAC) hosts Ocracoke today.
Gates 7, Perquimans 1: The Pirates (0-15-0, 0-9-0 AAC) lost the league match at Gates Monday.
Gates (6-8-1, 5-5-0 AAC) is tied for second in the league with Camden.