Chattanooga Christian School's volleyball team followed Thursday night's sweep of East Hamilton with a 1-2 showing Saturday in the Courtside at Concord event held at Rocky Top Sports World in Gatlinburg.
CCS beat Knoxville Central 25-11, 25-21, but Hardin Valley beat the Lady Chargers 25-23, 22-25, 19-17, and Bearden topped them 25-20, 25-21.
AJ Johnson finished the day with 25 kills and 14 digs, Emily Day had 61 assists and 28 digs, and Lauren Day totaled 35 digs. Other CSS standouts were Kayla Youell (15 kills), Avery Ray (13 kills), Kennedy Barber (11 kills), Lauren Kay (25 digs), Hannah Blevins (15 digs) and Annie Johnston (11 digs).
In Thursday's win against East Hamilton, with the set scores 25-19, 25-22, 25-16, notable performers for the Lady Chargers were Emily Day (29 assists, 11 digs, three kills), Johnson (10 kills, nine digs), Ray (seven kills, three blocks, three digs), Youell (six kills), Kay (eight digs, five kills), Lauren Day (17 digs) and Johnston (seven digs).
Baylor 3, Cleveland 1: In a matchup of state powers Friday night, it was the host Lady Blue Raiders of Class AAA who took the first set, 29-27, but the Division II-AA Lady Red Raiders won the next three, 25-19, 25-15, 25-23. Elaine Redman racked up 16 kills, 18 assists and 26 digs in the victory, and other standouts for Baylor were Libby May (21 assists), Tess Margio (11 kills, three blocks), Holland Moss (eight kills), Eli Kinney (24 digs), Emma Gray (19 digs), Nadia Sixto (seven kills, three blocks) and Sierra Herndon (six kills, three blocks).
GPS 5, CCS 0: Sydney Morris had a goal and an assist to lead the Bruisers, who led 1-0 at halftime Saturday night on Ally McVay's goal set up by a corner kick from Hayden Wise. Kennedy Ball, Nyla Blue and Sasha Carbone also scored for GPS, and Garnder Rustland and Jessie Salisbury each had an assist.
East Hamilton 3, McMinn Central 0: Malia Drumeller had two assists and Madison Buckner, Zoey Burgner and Rylee Phillips scored for the Lady Hurricanes, who led 1-0 at halftime and finished with a 13-2 advantage in shots. Mia Moore also had an assist in the District 7-AA victory.