The Shelby County girls' volleyball team improved to 2-2 on the season with wins over Anderson County and Henry County.
The girls topped Henry 2-1 Monday (21-15, 25-15, 27-25).
"It was a 'W,' but I was a bit disappointed with the level of play," SCHS head coach Felicia Pace said. "We had more attacking than Henry but couldn't find enough power to put it to the floor. Our passing had moments of complete breakdown, but we were able to hang in there enough to take the match."
Pace said consistency is all she's looking for from the girls.
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