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Martin, Sprankle and Soares Lead Southern to Girls Volleyball Victory Over Brick Memorial on Tuesday

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STAFFORD - The Southern Regional Girls Volleyball team hosted Brick Memorial on Tuesday afternoon and the Rams defeated the Mustangs 25-16 and 25-16 in two straight sets. 

Hannah Martin and Jess Sprankle had 7 service points each for Southern.  Stephanie Soares had 15 assists.  Martin also chipped in with 10 digs to lead the Rams in that department.  

Southern's record improves to 3-0 on the season.  They travel to take on the Brick Green Dragons on Thursday afternoon.  

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Southern Individual Statistics

PLAYER ACES SERVICE POINTS KILLS ASSISTS BLOCKS DIGS
Lauren Cruse - - 5 - - 3
Zoe Deakyne 1 6 - - - 4
Halee Houser - 3 - - - -
Kari Klimek - - 1 - 1 1
Morgan Koeppen - 4 1 - 2 3
Jenna Kulinski - - 2 - - -
Hannah Martin 1 7 - - - 5
Cali Modri - 2 5 - 1 -
Gianna Schiattarella - - 1 - - 1
Stephanie Soares 1 2 1 15 - 6
Jess Sprankle 1 7 - - - 10

 

Game

STATISTIC BRICK MEMORIAL SOUTHERN
Aces - 4
Service Points                     - 31
Kills - 16
Assists - 15
Blocks - 4
Digs - 33

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