Lady Bengals are back at it


Brooke Thomas (10) attacks from the outside. | Photos: Martha Ladd

BLYTHEWOOD – Blythewood volleyball got their first taste of action on Tuesday night after a week of weather delays. Sumter edged the Lady Bengals out in the first set, but they rebounded for 3-1 win. Sumter got the best of the Bengals on their 25-22 set one win, but the Bengals thumped them 25-11 in the second set and Sumter never recovered. Blythewood went up two sets to one with a 25-21 final in the third set. The Lady Bengals put the game away with 25-12 thumping in set four.

The Lady Bengals will face Lugoff-Elgin on Thursday and participate in the Dorman Tournament of Champions this weekend.

Junior libero Lauren PriceĀ  (2) focuses on a pass.

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