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Fox Creek volleyball has breakout season

By Gerald Doolittle

Staff Writer

North Augusta – Volleyball at Fox Creek High School had a breakout season in 2018. The Lady Predators, coached by Julie Luther, went 10-0 in Region 2-AA and finished 16-10 overall.  Eight of their defeats were too much larger schools in Georgia.

Coach Luther had senior leadership from Grayson Kirkland, Ashley Ard, Stephanie Yano and Rose Childers.  Her two juniors were Alyssa Wood and Jenna Saul.

Rounding out the Lady Predators roster were sophomores Madison Griffin, Ashlynn Mikell, Calista Smith, Lauren Coleman and Camryn Ray.  Jasmine Smith was the freshman.

Ray led the attacking with 214 kills followed by Childers with 119 and Kirkland with 95.

Leading in serving points was Saul with 155 with 42 aces. Ray had 97 points with 46 aces.  Childers had 91 points with 17 aces.  Mikell scored 90 with 26 aces. Kirkland had 86 points with 20 aces and Smith had 81 points with 32 aces.

The Digging leaders were Ray with 119 followed by Kirkland, Saul and Childers with 83, 79 and 70.  Smith and Mikell had 47 and 43.

The future looks good for the Volleyball program at Fox Creek.  Coach Luther also coaches the  JV team that went 4-6 in region play.  Next season she will have coming up seven rising juniors to the varsity team.

Those will be Payton Wood, Brennley Furness, Copelyn Hodges, Lily Childers, Abby Thomas, Kyahna Thurmond and Kinsley Boyd.

Meanwhile, the Varsity football team coached by Derrick Quinn closed out a 4-6 season in the tough Region 2-AA.

Next season Coach Quinn will have to replace his senior offensive leaders in Cam Mitchum, Darius Curtis.  His senior defensive leaders were Errius Ishmal, Terreco Ramage, Jalen Jennings, Brycen Ward, Bobby Mays, Chase Chriswell and Jacob Johnson.

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