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Season Recap: JV Volleyball
For over a month, the JV Lady Indians had put together a stretch of perfect play that resulted in a 13-match win streak. That was a snapshot of the season for TFS, and instilled confidence in the young team as it went on to an Area Runner-Up finish for a second straight year.
The Lady Indians, guided by head coach and 2021 grad Rebekah Jennings, made a quick turnaround after an 0-4 start. It took a tri-match win in mid-August over East Hall and Johnson to get the ball rolling, and it didn't stop for some time. In the next outing at a Gainesville tournament, the Lady Indians dropped the first two matches before rebounding to win the next three to claim the Silver Bracket Championship.
By the time area/region play began, TFS was in great shape. The communication and energy of the team continues to improve, and by September 11, the girls had reached 10 straight wins after beating Athens Christian. Defeating Elbert County and Barrow Arts & Sciences Academy ran the streak to a dozen. The win streak hit 13 before also being snapped on September 28 against Prince Avenue Christian.
TFS entered the Area Tournament as the top seed. After a win over BASA to reach the finals, Prince Ave took a win in the championship to close out the season. The Lady Indians had several standouts, including Shelby Whisnant and Kiersten George who routinely led in serving, coming up with big kills, digs, and blocks. LB Kafsky, Julia Smith, and Ryleigh Wilson also had a big impact, along with 8th-grader Ca'Rin Swinton, who filled in due to injuries and shined in her first look at high school volleyball.
TFS ended the season with an overall record of 17-8.