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Season Recap: MS Volleyball
It was a season that won’t soon be forgotten for the TFS MS Lady Indians. Volleyball has continued to grow in the state and at Tallulah Falls, leading to the creation of an A-Team and B-Team at the middle school level. Both teams excelled despite being young and inexperienced for the most part.
The A-Team posted a 12-5 overall record that saw them finish third in the conference tournament, while the B-Team went 4-3-3 overall, dramatically improving from match to match.
The A-Team, coached by Tim Corbett, got off to an excellent start among area teams, going 10-2 overall and 7-0 in conference play after a road win at Franklin County on September 13. To that point, the A-Team had reeled off six straight victories.
The B-Team, coached by Hannah Satterfield, improved with each passing match. After opening the season 2-0, the girls went nearly a month between wins. After the record slipped to 2-3-3 overall, the Lady Indians rallied to go 2-1 in the final three matches.
The Lady Indians’ A-Team advanced to the tournament as the fourth seed after dropping three straight conference matches to East Jackson, Habersham, and Jefferson. However, once in the tournament, the girls upped their play with a 2-1 opening win over Hart. After a loss to Jefferson, who went on to win the tournament, the Lady Indians won a 2-1 thriller over Franklin in the consolation match to claim the third-place finish.