published Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

High school sports standouts from Oct. 10

Starla Collins, Lookout Valley: She had 17 assists and seven aces as the Lady Yellow Jackets beat South Pittsburg in the District 6-A volleyball tournament.

Amanda Rheal, Whitwell: She had a team-high seven aces to go with 12 digs and the Lady Tigers defeated Van Buren County 3-0 in the District 6-A volleyball tournament.

Danielle Moore, Red Bank: Her 10 kills, nine digs and six aces helped the Lady Lions past Howard 3-0 in the District 6-AA volleyball tournament.

Chance Davis, Hixson: She totaled 23 assists, 12 digs, seven aces and four kills in the Lady Wildcats' 3-0 victory over Brainerd in the District 6-AA volleyball tournament.

Emma Lenoir, East Hamilton: She contributed 12 assists, five aces and four digs when the Lady Hurricanes defeated Tyner 3-0 in the District 6-AA volleyball tournament.

Brook Womack, Central: She sparked a 3-0 victory over East Ridge in the District 6-AA volleyball tournament with 16 digs, six kills and four aces.

Haley Coffelt, Grundy County: She led the net play with 16 kills for the Lady Yellow Jackets, who defeated Sequatchie County 3-0 in the District 7-AA volleyball tournament.

Gracie Smith, Chattanooga Christian: Her 12 assists, six digs and four kills helped the Lady Chargers beat Bledsoe County 3-0 in the District 7-AA volleyball tournament.

Kayla Arp, Bradley Central: She had 17 digs and 25 assists in the Lady Bears' 3-0 victory over Rhea County in the District 5-AAA volleyball tournament.

Loren Bennett, Ooltewah: She registered eight kills, 17 assists, eight aces and six digs in the Lady Owls' 3-0 win over McMinn County in the District 5-AAA volleyball tournament.

Caitlin Geren, Walker Valley: The Lady Mustangs beat Cleveland 3-0 in the District 5-AAA volleyball tournament with her totaling 17 assists, five kills, 10 digs and three blocks.

Aneshia Scott and Shania Twain, Tyner: Each had two goals in the Lady Rams' 6-1 soccer win over Marion County.

Sloane Woodard, Silverdale Baptist: She had two goals and two assists in the Lady Seahawks' 5-2 soccer victory over Sequatchie County.

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