In the Thunder Radio broadcast, Coffee County used 14 aces in 2 sets to overcome a scrappy Warren County team. Trailing 22 to 17 in the 2nd set, Cameron Davis was inserted to serve for Coffee County and led the team to the come from behind win to earn the Gateway Tire and Service Center player of the game honors. David led the Raiders in aces with 4 while Kelsey Munn added 3 aces of her own. Munn led the Raiders in blocks with 4, while Sydney Pearson added 2 blocks. Brittany Williams was the assists leader with 9 while Hollie Moore added 8 assists. Haley Banks paced Coffee County in kills with 8 as Munn added 6 and Pearson finished with 3.
In tournament action, Coffee County met Harpeth in the semifinals. In a hard fought, 3 set match. Coffee County outlasted the talented Indians, 27-25, 23-25, 15-13, to advance to the finals against Eagleville. Tournament favorite Eagleville finished their perfect run through the tournament sweeping Coffee County 25-9, 25-9. Coffee County finished the tournament with a 4 and 1 record and the runner up finish. Eagleville finished the tournament with a perfect 5 and 0 record.
Coffee County will be back in action on Tuesday as district leading Columbia visits “The Patch.” 1st serve will be at 6 PM and we will have there to bring you the broadcast on Thunder Radio.
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