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Both were hard-fought contests. The second set at Eagleville went 28-26 before the home team took the victory Monday.
On Tuesday the Lady Pioneers won in straight sets, 25-19, 26-24, but the Lady Raiders made Warren County fight for every point. In the second set Warren County jumped to a quick 5-0 lead and held the advantage until a long service by Coffee County’s Tyana Fenton propelled the Lady Raiders to a 10-8 lead. Warren County battled back to a 19-15 lead before another long Coffee County service, this time by Abigail Layne, pushed Coffee County into a 20-19 lead.
With the score tied 20-20 both teams turned up the heat and battled with long volleys. Warren County finally gained the edge, however.
CCMS is now 3-5 in the team’s inaugural volleyball season. The Lady Raiders have a nearly two-week rest before hosting White County at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23.