HCA opens up volleyball season with victory


Senior Brenna King makes a play at the net for Harrells Christian Academy. She ended the night with five kills and three aces as the Crusaders kicked off the volleyball season with a victory in three-straight games over Bethel Christian Academy. First-year head coach Regan Murphy was excited to get that first win. ‘We have some areas to work on, but I am excited for the rest of the season,” said Murphy. Sydney Norris led the Crusaders with nine kills. Kyra Gensel led the team in assists with 22.


Cameron Simpson serves one of her four aces in their victory against Bethel Christian.


Senior Brenna King makes a play at the net for Harrells Christian Academy. She ended the night with five kills and three aces as the Crusaders kicked off the volleyball season with a victory in three-straight games over Bethel Christian Academy. First-year head coach Regan Murphy was excited to get that first win. ‘We have some areas to work on, but I am excited for the rest of the season,” said Murphy. Sydney Norris led the Crusaders with nine kills. Kyra Gensel led the team in assists with 22.

Cameron Simpson serves one of her four aces in their victory against Bethel Christian.

Senior Brenna King makes a play at the net for Harrells Christian Academy. She ended the night with five kills and three aces as the Crusaders kicked off the volleyball season with a victory in three-straight games over Bethel Christian Academy. First-year head coach Regan Murphy was excited to get that first win. ‘We have some areas to work on, but I am excited for the rest of the season,” said Murphy. Sydney Norris led the Crusaders with nine kills. Kyra Gensel led the team in assists with 22.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_HCA-Vball1.jpgSenior Brenna King makes a play at the net for Harrells Christian Academy. She ended the night with five kills and three aces as the Crusaders kicked off the volleyball season with a victory in three-straight games over Bethel Christian Academy. First-year head coach Regan Murphy was excited to get that first win. ‘We have some areas to work on, but I am excited for the rest of the season,” said Murphy. Sydney Norris led the Crusaders with nine kills. Kyra Gensel led the team in assists with 22.

Cameron Simpson serves one of her four aces in their victory against Bethel Christian.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_HCA-Vball.jpgCameron Simpson serves one of her four aces in their victory against Bethel Christian.
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