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Area schools start seasons
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Local volleyball teams have started their seasons, with Liberty losing two matches and Bradwell falling to Glynn Academy in their road opener last week.
Meanwhile, First Presbyterian Christian Academy also started their season last Thursday with a 3-0 loss at Trinity Christian.
Liberty County lost at Burke County, 2-1, Aug. 13. The Lady Panthers won the first set, 25-13, forced overtime in the second set but lost, 27-25, and dropped the third and decisive set, 25-21.
The Lady Panthers fell at Camden County, 2-0, on Aug. 17. The Lady Wildcats took the first set, 25-17, and overpowered Liberty in the second set, 25-6.
Liberty was scheduled to play Tuesday at Ware County against the Lady Gators and Toombs County. Scores were not available at press time.
The Lady Panthers will play Bradwell next Thursday at Bradwell beginning at 5 p.m.
Bradwell recently traveled to Waycross for a tournament, in which it lost to Glynn Academy, 2-0. Set scores were 25-4 and 25-8.
Bradwell was scheduled to play at Beach High on Tuesday and at Windsor Forest on Thursday. Scores were not available by press time. The Lady Tigers host Groves and Southeast Bulloch next Tuesday at
5 and 7 p.m. FPCA played at Trinity Christian, losing 25-15, 25-12 and 25-9.
Lady Highlander Arianna Burden-Force had five kills and one solo block. Elise Letnaunchyn had two kills, one dig and an ace. Sommer Moses had an ace and received 20 serves, while Cecilia Graham had five digs and received 23 serves.
The Lady ’Landers were scheduled to play St. Andrews on Tuesday in Savannah. On Monday, they will travel to Ludowici to play Faith Baptist.

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