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Volleyball and Soccer Updates for the week of September 17th, 2012 The King’s Academy Seymour, TN
The girls’ soccer team had their second big win of the season last night with a 2-1 score over Claiborne County. The score was 2 to 0 King’s Academy at the half but Claiborne County came out stronger in the second and made a game of things by scoring a goal with about 15 minutes left to play. The Lady Lions held on for the win with some strong defense for the remainder of the game. Great work girls!” Coach Mobley
Congratulations to The King’s Academy middle school Varsity volleyball team on their eighth win of the season. They played very well last night. They crushed Concord Christian in two games, 25-12 and 25-11. 8th grader, Brianna Connatser led the team with 17 points. In the second game of the night, the Lady Lions defeated Episcopal School of Knoxville 25-14 and 25-10. 7th grader, Ryan Doyle continued the streak of serving 17 points combined in the two games. These wins place the Lady Lions 8-0. Their next competition will be Thursday, Sept. 20 against Knoxville Christian and First Lutheran.
The Kings Academy middle school JV volleyball team pulled off a hard fought victory against the Apostolic School of Knoxville Tuesday night. King’s pulled away in the first match to win it 25-14. Apostolic came back in 2nd match 20-25 over King’s. Leading to a battle in the third match with TKA pushing on to a victory of 17-15. This puts MS JV to a 6-0 record this season. Go Lions!
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