Titans keep their set, winning pace

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They fall behind then rally to whip Rockets

By Josh Cook

Another slow start, another victory for the Collins volleyball team.

The Titans continued their recent trend of losing the first set, but winning the match Tuesday night, beating crosstown-rival Shelby County, 3-1 (21-25, 25-9, 25-20, 25-20), in a 30th District match at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

It was Collins’ fourth victory in its past five matches. In each of those triumphs the Titans rallied after dropping the first set. Ironically in its one loss in that span (3-1, to Trimble County), Collins won the first set before losing the next three.

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