[Posted on Nov 15, 2017 | 331 views]
The Mathews High School volleyball team is one win away from a state title, after victories this week over Rappahannock County and Altavista. Here, Madisyn Jackson, Belle Massimino, Sarah Brown, Tori Hicks, Victoria Bing and Caroline Crittenden, from left, celebrate on the court immediately after Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Rappahannock County. Mathews will play for the Class 1 title at 11 a.m. Saturday at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Siegel Center in Richmond. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Mathews hitters like Anne Stewart, Belle Massimino and Madisyn Jackson have been dominating the net all season long with their powerful spikes, but they wouldn’t have gotten the chance unless they had been set up by junior Sarah Brown. A team captain, Brown (#10) is shown here setting up one of her teammates in Saturday’s Rappahannock County game. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Lady Devils celebrate after winning Tuesday night’s game. The MHS girls hope to have one more celebration on Saturday. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Anne Stewart (shown here in Saturday’s game) was named the Region’s Player of the Year. Photo by Charlie Koenig
 
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